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ASHTON F. DAVIS. PRINCIPAL 
LEON C YOUNG. VICE PRINCIPAL 
JOHN B. LEAHY. VICE PRINCIPAL 



SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL 

SAUGUS. MASSACHUSETTS 01906 



Telephone 
233-4000 



To the Members of the Class of 1965: 

You are well aware, I am sure, of the whirlwind advances now 
taking place in science and technology. 

It is indeed an exciting, yet sobering fact that innumerable great 
scientific discoveries and developments have occurred within the short 
span of your pre-adult life. Your birth preceded that of the space age. 
Within your lifetime man-made satellites have begun to circle the earth 
and orbit the sun. Supersonic travel has become common and space flight 
a reality. During this period of time at least eleven additional chemical 
elements have been discovered, and it has been estimated that half of the 
chemicals in commercial use today were unrecognized before you were born. 
Within your span of years hundreds of peacetime uses of atomic energy have 
been developed. Inventors have built computors capable of solving in an 
hour problems that would have previously taken scores of men centuries to 
solve. 

The accelerating pace of future discoveries and inventions appears 
to be incomprehensible. 

It is clear only that society is becoming much more complex; and all 
of your energies, abilities, and talents will be needed to meet the enorm- 
ous challenge of tomorrow. To understand this new environment, it will be 
necessary for you to. continue to learn long after your years of schooling 
are over. 

I would remind you, however, that in this changing world some things 
are unchangeable. The need for idealism is eternal; and such virtues as 
honesty, courage, kindness, and service to fellow men must never disappear. 

It is my belief and trust that you have been given a strong foundation 
on which to build in the future, and I have confidence in you as a class. 

My very best wishes to each of you as you enter the ranks of the alumni 
of Saugus High School. 

Most sincerely, 



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ASHTON F. DAVIS— Principal 



Superintendent 




Administration 



LEON C. YOUNG 
Boston University 



Vice Principals 




Dean 

of 
Girls 




JOHN B. LEAHY 
De Pauw 



BERNICE L. HAYWARD 
Boston University 



Faculty 



LOUISE N. SOLOMITA 

Department Head 

University of 

Massachusetts 




Social 
Studies 






LAWRENCE A. D'ANGELO 
University of 
Massachusetts 





NORMAN E. DOWN 
Clark 







GEORGE M. GARRITY 
Boston College 



BERNARD J. HUSSEY 
Boston College 



HAROLD C. MUSGRAVE 
Hobart 



HELEN M. NOWAK 
Boston L r niversity 







KEITH W. O'BRIEN 


HARTLEY M. PEAKES 


MARCIA R. SARTORELLI 


RICHARD TIBBETTS 


Lewis 


University of 


Boston University 


University of 




Maine 


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Massachusetts 




JOHN J. BURNS 

Department Head 

Boston College 





IVA L. ADLINGTON 

University of 

New Hampshire 





MARY E. ANDERSON 

Washington State 

University 





LILLIAN M. BISBEE 
Emmanuel 




PATRICIA A. CURTIS 
Boston University 



PAUL C. DOWNING 

Dartmouth 



JUDITH A. GAFFNEY 

Boston College 



JOHN GUTHMANN 
Duke 





WILLIAM J. REGAN 
Tufts 






SALLY B. TYRELL 
Regis 




BERNIS M. HANLON 


MIRIAM KOCHAKIAN 


DEBORAH A. PARTISS 


Emmanuel 


University of 


University of 




Maine 


New Hampshire 




DONALD R. WHITE 
University of 
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English 




NADENE WHITE 

Emerson 










BERNICE L. HAYWARD 

Department Head 
Boston University 




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ARTHUR A. BACHELDER 

Boston College 





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FRANCES P. EGAN 
Colby 





LEE N. GOLDSTEIN 
Simmons 




JANE A. GORTON 
Wellesley 



ANTHONY F. POTO 

Suffolk 



MIRIAM REEDER 

Smith 



HELEN F. TOWLE 
Emmanuel 



Language 



Guidance 




JOHN B. LEAHY 
Director 
DePauw 







ELIZABETH A. ARRIBEA 
Emmanuel 



ROBERT J. CLARK 
Boston University 



WILLIAM P. DOYLE, JR 

St. Anselm's 



JOHN J. NASO 
Salem State 




JEROME J. MITCHELL 

Director 

Boston University 




EDWARD J. CHAMBERLAIN 
Department Head 
Boston University 





ROBERT A. LYNN 
Lowell State 



Science 




Music 





FRED A. FIANDACA 



Art 







JOHN B. COLLINS, III 

Merrimack 



ANTHONY J. DeMATTEO 

Boston University 



HAROLD EVERITT 

Northeastern 




RITA A. INDRESANO 
Simmons 




WILLIAM L. MacNEILL 
Springfield 




THEODORE J. MYSLIWY 

Northeastern 




BENJAMIN TORF 
Harvard 



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CORINNE M. SHUFF 

Department Head 

Keene 



ESTHER S. HOWE 

Simmons 



Homemaking 




HAROLD E. HALEY 

University of 

New Hampshire 



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FRANCIS E. NESTOR 
University of 
Massachusetts 



CHERYL E. PODBROS 

Boston University 




ANNE R. LARSEN 
Framingham 



Mathematics 




GEORGE N. McKAY 
Colby 




JOHN J. QUINLAN 

Boston College 




CAROLYN R. MADDEN 
Keene 




ELMER H. WATSON 

Department Head 

Bates 




ELEANOR J. MIKULSKI 
Regis 




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BERNARD J. STEAD 
University of 
Massachusetts 





HAZEL C. MARISON 

Department Head 

Baypath 




ISABELLE G. BEAUCHESNE 
Salem 






BELDEN G. BLY, JR. 
Northeastern 




Librarian 




Business 



ALBERT J. MOYLAN 
Harvard 




FRANK E. CARTER 

Northeastern 



MAUREEN E. KENNEDY 
Emmanuel 



PATRICIA A. McCORMICK 

Salem 



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ABRAHAiM PINCISS 
Boston University 


RICHARD D. SALERNO 

Salem 


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THOMAS E. TRINGALI 

Salem 


LEONARD E. WALL 
Salem 


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Industrial 
Arts 





AUDREY L. DIAMOND 
Bridgewater 




ARTHUR M. STROUT 
Department Head 
Boston University 




CAROL E. LUCIANO 

Sargtnt 




DOMINIC BENINATI 
Boston State 




CARMINE C. MOSCHELLA 

Fitchbu^g 




Physical 
Education 




ROBERTA R. SAMUELS 
Sargent 




CHARLES EMMA 
Northeastern 




WALTER J. PICKETT 

Fitchburg 




JOHN J. SCARBOROUGH 




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WALTER T. SHERIDAN 
Holy Cross 



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Office Personnel 






GERTRUDE E. HAZEL 



EDITH ARVIDSON 



VIOLET I. CHAPMAN 







Nurses 



FRANCES R. McLAUGHLIN 
Supervisor 



KATHERINE M. SPENCER 



DOROTHY R. RUNGE 




Supervisors 



DOMINIC BENINATI 
Driver Education 




ISABELLE G. BEAUCHESNE 

Student Activities 
Accounts 



HAROLD E. HALEY 
Attendance 



CARMINE C. MOSCHELLA 
Visual Aids 




HELEN F. TOWLE 

Student Activities 



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ROSEMARY 

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EDITH 

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KING 



ROLAND 

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LaCHANCE 



JOSEPHINE 

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JOSEPH 

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FRANCIS 

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PHILLIP 
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ROBERT 

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PARENTE 



MIRIAM 

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WAYNE 

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BARBARA 
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SHARENSEN 



ANTHONY 

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STRUZZIERO 



GEORGE 
TORREY 



JUDITH 

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ELIZABETH 

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Lend me the stone strength 
of the past and I will lend you 

The wings of the future 
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History 



Mighty Totem, tell your story, 
What each image speaks of life; 
Tell the past which one records here 
Historic tale of four bright years. 

Lowest creature hold high the pole 

Signifying freshman days — 

New annex wing, all-purpose room, 

Accelerated science course, 

Full day of school and staggered lunch, 

Science fair postponed by fire, 

Foreign language and first book fairs, 

And avoidance of senior stares ! 

Well speaks the next haughty keeper 
Of some cherished sophomore times. 
Underclassmen, but one year older, 
We greeted Mr. Davis and 
Bid farewell to Mr. Porter. 
With two-platoon we once again 
Adjusted to shifting classes, 
Corridors of teeming masses. 

Rising proud above these two, the 
Guardian of the junior past 
Recalls a nation's grief and days 
Marred by burdens from the fires, 
Yet lightened by our winter sports 
And junior prom, Bali-Hai, 
Donkey basketball, added shares 
In assemblies and school affairs. 

Giant of these mighty figures 
Boasts the height of senior life — 
The final rallies and Color Day, 
Triumphant victories in sports, 
College Boards and applications, 
The Miracle Worker, Washington, 
Senior Week with its laughter, tears 
As graduation closed these years. 

Mighty Totem, your tale at last 
Becomes the glory of the past. 



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CLASS COLORS: Mar 

ALMA MATER 



nd White 



1 praises sing to red and white, 
And let our banner fly, 
For we are proud and we are true 
As we hail Saugus High. 
O marching ever onward, 
We shall forever see 
How great the lesson we have learned, 
How firm that loyalty 
That bids us raise a cheer today 
O Saugus High for thee ! 



Your walls are made of brick and stone 

Perhaps, in time will fall, 

But lasting friendships formed within 

Shall tower over all, 

Shall ever be a monument 

To trust and brotherhood, 

Shall stand forever for the right 

Forever for the good. 

And so we sing this song today 

O Saugus High to thee! 






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Honor Roll 



Joseph Michael Amico 
Christine Louise Ashley 
Marie Sandra Bailey 
Paul Berrett 
Valerie Kathleen Berry 
Jacquelyn Burt 
Nancy Susan Cash 
Alice Elizabeth Cerino 
Rosemary Ann Cerullo 
Linda Louise Chambers 
Margaret Ming Chang 
Sheila Ann Connolly 
Paul Wilfred Cooper 
John Thomas Corindia 
Linda Jane Cowan 
Barbara Alden Cox 
Deborah Jean Cox 
Judith Carol Cremarosa 
Richard Anthony Cucchiara 
Virginia Jean Emery 
Darrell May Fritz 
Theresa Ann Giansiracusa 
Linda Madeline Gould 
Judith Edna Haley 
Kathleen Ann Hanlon 
Barbara Ann Harrington 
Susan Linda Harrington 
Gail Margaret Higgins 
Paul Francis Hogan 
John Paul Hughes 
Ernest Carlisle Hynes Jr. 
Annette Rose Iengo 
Jon Robert Johnson 



Mary Jean Klapes 
Paul Alvin Lacy Jr. 
Penelope Louise Landry 
Charlene Ann Lang 
Edith Muriel Langley 
Rheta Irene Leighton 
Anita Louise Loiselle 
Leslie MacPhee 
Charles Richard Maes 
Josephine Carole Magaletta 
Priscilla Margaret Maher 
Russell Herman Menko 
Robert Arthur Mohlin 
Linda Florence Mosher 
Gay Nickole 
Gerald Barry Nurenberg 
James Harold Patch 
David Anthony Pignato 
Virginia Beverly Ann Pinto 
Joyce Cecile Powicki 
Alice May Razumny 
Marilyn Ann Rial 
John Edward Riley 
Ellen Ruth Santosuosso 
Gail Diane Scott 
Donna Lee Stanton 
Jean Marie Surette 
Ruth Mae Thompson 
Geraldine Ethel Tilley 
Zoe Estelle Vrees 
Robert Granger Woodward 
Susan Lee Yale 



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ROBERT ALAN HART 

10 Fairchild Avenue 

College College 

"Bob" . . . popular . . . S.H.S. foot- 
ball . . . enjoys water skiing and 
all sports . . . plans to go to college 
. . . Mr. President. Class President 3, 4. 
Clubs: Student Council 1, 2; Athletics: 
Volleyball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3. 



GORDON EDWARD SHEPARD 

8 Laconia Avenue 



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Good looking "Gordie" . . . dungarees, 
football plays, and crew-cut . . . "Mr. 
Popularity" . . . sports-minded. 
Class Vice-President 3, 4. Clubs: Audio 
Visual Aids 3, 4; Ski 4. Student 
Council 1; Athletics: Basketball 1, Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ELLEN RUTH SANTOSUOSSO 

366 Central Street 
College College 

Sincere "Ellen" . . . popular . . . 
diligent ... an asset to our class 
. . . optimistic outlook on life . . . 
enjoys reading good books . . . avoids 
prejudiced people. 

Class Secretary 4, Board of Directors 1, 
2. Clubs: Art 2, Book 2, Bowling 

1, Dramatic 2, 4 — President, French 

2, Latin 3 — Vice-President, Student 
Council 1; Talent Night 2, Senior 
Play. 



JEFFREY PARKER SANBORN 
27 Whitney Street 
College College 

"Barrel" . . . popular and unassuming 
. . . true leader . . . track star 
. . . hacker "thirdeen." 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4 — Presi- 
dent, Ski 4. Athletics: Basketball — Home- 
room 2, 3, Football 1, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4 — Co-Captain, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4 
— Co-Captain. 




Class Officers 1965 



Alan Merritt — Board, James Patch — Board, Suzanne Valasunas — Board, Jeffrey Sanborn — Treasurer, Robert 

Hart — President, Ellen Santosuosso — Secretary, Gordon Shepard — Vice President, Peter Allen — Board, Paul 
Cooper — Board. 
Advisors: Harold C. Musgrave, Elizabeth A. Arribea. 



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WILLIAM HOWARD ACHESON 

64 Central Street 
Civic Marines 

"Ach" . . . smile for everyone . . . 
track and cross • country star . . . true 
friend. 

Athletics: Track J, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Bas- 
ketball Manager 4. 



RICHARD BRUCE ADAMS 

21 Milano Drive 

Industrial Arts Navy 

"Deak" . . . water and snow skiing 

. . . cars . . . cheeseburgers . . . lots 

of fun. 

Club: Bowling 1, 2; Athletics: Football 

1. 



Civic 



LEE ADRIEN 
8 Winter Street 

Business School 



"Lee" . . . petite . . . continuously 

bright and happy . . . bowling and 

swimming . . . dislikes conceited 

people. 

Glee Club — Concert 1. 




CHRISTINE THERESA ALLEN 

11 Guild Road 
Civic Business School 

"Al" ... long, black hair . . . 
sewing, painting and playing the guitar 
. . . pleasant disposition . . . dislikes 
tardy people. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Future Teachers 
1, Pep Squad 1, 2, Ski 4, Student Coun- 
cil 2; Library Aide 2, 3; Style Show 
4. 



PETER GEOFFREY ALLEN 

18 Smith Road 
College College 

Congenial "Pete" . . . concern for 
others . . . athletic, especially adept 
in basketball and cross-country . . . 
active participant in class activities. 
Club: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4; Ath- 
letics: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 
2, 3; Cross-Country 2, 3, 4. 



RAYMOND FRANCIS ALLEN 

5 Bacon Drive 

General Navy 

"Ray" . . . excels in winning ping 
pong matches . . . plans to travel 
. . . ambition — correct spelling of his 
middle name. 



BRENDA LEE AMES 
15 Golden Hills Road 

General Nursing 

"Brenda" . . . disc collector . . . 
frequent movie goer . . . likes fried 
clams and onion rings . . . desk 
tappers don't rate with Brenda. 
Glee Club— Concert 1, 2. 



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JOSEPH MICHAEL AMICO 

16 Jefferson Avenue 



College 



College 



"Joe" . . . friendly and sincere . . . 
excels as organist . . . flair for dra- 
matics . . . hopes to make the world a 
better place . . . likes driving in the 
rain. 

Clubs: Book 2, French 3, 4— Vice- 
Pres., Future Teachers 3. 4 — Treasurer; 
National Thespians 2, 3. 4 — Treasurer — 
3, Pres.— 4, Oratory 2; Talent Night 4; 
All School Play 4; One Act Play 2; 
Senior Play. 



RICHARD JOHN ARMISTEAD 

13 Henry Street 
College College 

"Rich" . . . good natured . . . nice 
looking . . . cars, miniature golf, and 
BOWLING. 



CHRISTINE LOUISE ASHLEY 

14 Lodge Avenue 

College College 

"Chris" . . . helpful . . . well-liked 
. . . rollerskating . . . summer vaca- 
tions in Maine . . . bothered by tardy 
people. 

Clubs: French 2, 3, Future Nurses 
2, 3. 




BETTY JANE BABCOCK 

1 Juliette Road 

Civic Business School 

"B. J." . . . rosy cheeks . . . smiles 
. ' . . generous . . . M.D.C. Rink 
. . . avoids tardy people. 
Clubs: French 2, Pep Squad 4, Student 
Council 4; Library Assistant 2, Donkey 
Basketball 3. 



MARIE SANDRA BAILEY 

17 Waverly Avenue 
College Nursing 

"Sandy" . . . congenial and conscien- 
tious . . . diversions — water skiing and 
reading . . . will make a fine nurse 
... pet peeve — sausages. 
Clubs: Future Nurses 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 4, Pep Squad 3. 



DIANE MARIE BANDA 
707-R Broadway 
Business Secretary 

"Dee" . . . Active participant in Glee 
Club . . . always ready with a smile 
and a "Hello" . . . gum snappers make 
her fidgetv ... no tolerance for 
"know-it-alls." 

Club: Sahico 4; Glee Club — Concert 1, 
2, 3. 4. 



SAL RONALD BARRESSI 

20 Bristow Street 

Civic Sports Pro 

"Ron" . . . our rugged football 
captain . . . enjoys working on cars 
. . . dislikes insincere girls . . . black 
Ford. 

Athletics: Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4, Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4— Co-Captain. 



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RONALD WILLIAM BARRY 

428 Central Street 

Civic Undecided 

Sincere "Ron" . . . reserved manner 
. . . likes all sports . . . card games 
. . . school work. 



LOIS ANNE BASILE 
156 Central Street 



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Secretarial 

"Lois" . . . CLOTHES . . 

shoes and sequins . . . fixes 

a hobby . . "Look me!" 

Clubs: Bowling 2, Dramatic 3, 4, 

Homemakers 1, 2, Pep Squad 2, Sahico 

4, Ski 3, 4; Talent Night 1, 2, Glee 

Club — Concert 1, Donkey Basketball 

3. 



DANA NEALE BATES 
2 Central Place 
Civic Service 

"Dana" . . . cheerful smile and twink- 
ly blue eyes . . . enjoys hockey — stu- 
dent manager . . . sharp cars . . . pet 
peeve — those who procrastinate. 
Athletics: Hockey Manager 3, 4. 





THERESA MARIE BENNETT 

53 Auburn Street 
Homemaking I.B.M. School 

"Terry" . . . dark, curly hair . . . 
friendly . . . enjoys bowling, ice 
skating and long walks . . . pet peeve — 
working windshield wipers when it's 
not raining. 

Club: Bowling 2, Future Homemaking 
1, Glee Club Concert 1, Style Show 2, 
3. 



DIANE LOUISE BENTLEY 

12 Stillings Road 

Civic Airline Stewardess 

"Di" . . . sweet ways . . . S.H.S. 
gridiron fan . . . enjoys skating and 
horseback riding . . . pet peeve — con- 
ceited people. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Ski 4, Student 
Council 1, Tontoquonian Biography 
Staff 4; Glee Club — Concert 1; Style 
Show 2, 4, Guidance Office aide 3, 4. 



PAUL BERRETT 
241/2 Laurel Street 

College College 

"Paul" . . . camping enthusiast . . . 

puck and ice . . . minerology and 

astronomy. 



VALARIE KATHLEEN BERRY 

51 Walnut Street 
Secretarial Business School 

Cheerful "Val" ... a kind word for 
everyone . . . football and basketball 
enthusiast . . . annoyed by people who 
are late. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, Pep Squad 3, Sahico 
4, Student Council 1; Tontoquonian 
Business Staff; Glee Club — Concert 1; 
Style Show 1, 2. 



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SANDRA ARLINE BEVERAGE 

18 Flushing Road 
Homemaking Work 

"Coke" . . . interests are music, stamps 
and boys . . . Glee Club . . . pet 
peeve — discourteous boys. 
Glee Club— Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Style 
Show 3. 



LINDA LEE BIFFIN 

70 Winter Street 



Business 

"Linda" 



Business School 



smile for everyone 
. . . well-liked . . . surfing, tennis, 
kitty on a leash . . . student director 
of our Senior Play . . . avoids tardy 
people. 

Clubs: Dramatics, French 1, 2, Sahico 
4, Usherettes 4, National Thespians 4; 
All School Play 4, Senior Play. 



WILLIAM RICHARD BINGHAM 

222 Water Street 
College College 

Friendly "Bill" . . . shotgun and 
red and black check jacket . . 
motorcycles . . . S.H.S. athletic events 
. . . annoyed by the busy signal on tele- 
phones. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4; Athlet- 
ics: Football 1, 2. 




BEVERLY JEAN BISHOP 

18 Bennett Avenue 

Secretarial Business School 

"Beverly" . . . roller-skating smoothy 
. . . basketball fan . . . swimming 
enthusiast . . . something special about 
summers in Maine. 



CHARLES OTTO BJORKMAN 
12 Ocean View Avenue 



College 



College 



"Charlie" . . . shy . . . conscientious 
. . . mathematically inclined. 



DONALD EDMUND BLAIS JR. 

7 Summit Avenue 
Industrial Arts Undecided 

amiable . . . enjoys the 



"Don" . 
scent of 
boating . 
show-offs. 



grease and gasoline 
. . all sports 



dislikes 



RUTH GEORGINA BOUDREAU 

22 Riverbank Road 
Civic Designing 

Pretty "Gina" . . . fashionable . . . 
talent for designing and sewing . . . 
bothered by bad tempers . . . "Oh, 
you pain!" 

Club: Homemaking 1; Style Show I. 2. 
3, 4, Talent Night 4. 



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STEPHEN CURTIS BOUDREAU 

27 Summer Drive 
Civic Prep School 

Easy going "Gomer" . . . friendly 
. . . talkative . . . excels in all sports, 
particularly basketball . . . pet peeve 
— homework . . . "pinky". 
Athletics: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 
4, Volleyball 2, 4, Cross Country 3, 4. 



RICHARD DENNIS BROWN 

442 Main Street 

Scientific College 

"Rich" . . . intelligent . . . loves 
French . . . Jiffy Mart . . . punctual 
. . . future success. 
Athletics: Basketball 1, 2, Track 2. 



RICHARD FRANCIS BRUNO 

26 Forest Street 
Civic Berkley School of Music 

Lively "Bru" . . . Terrific with drums 

and at hockey . . . Italian food — 

mmmm ! dramatics . . . can't see why 

some people don't like jazz ! 

Clubs: Dramatic 3. Ski -i; Athletics: 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Band— Concert 1, 2, 

3. 





THOMAS MICHAEL 

BUCCHIERE 

253 Lincoln Avenue 

College College 

Sophisticated "Tom" . . . parkas, ski 
boots, and ski poles . . . Ho Jo's . . . 
avoids conceited girls. 
Clubs: Ski 4, Student Council 1, Na- 
tional Thespians 4; Senior Play. 



ELAINE MARIE BURNS 

41 Jasper Street 

Civic Secretarial School 

"Elaine" . . . cheerful and funloving 
. . . loves Group activities . . . thinks 
living alone would be dull . . . pet 
peeve — knuckle crackers. 
Clubs: Future nurses 2, Usherettes 4. 



JACQUELYN BURT 

12 Castle Street 

College College 

Intelligent "Jackie" . . . casual . . . 
new clothes, clean shiny cars, and a 
winning team . . . war paint and war 
whoops . . . Howdy Doody lover. 
Clubs: Dramatic 2, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Student Council 
2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4. 



KATHEN PRESCOTT CADDY 

25 Avon Street 
Industrial Arts 

"K.K." . . . loquacious . . . enjoys 
talking and working with people . . . 
good times . . . cars . . . trucks. 
Club: National Thespians 3, 4. 



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LINDA ANN CAMPBELL 
7 Lander Street 



LINDA JEAN CAMPBELL 
41 Summer Drive 



Business 



Business School 

friend 



College 



College 



Talkative "Linda" . . . friend to all 
. . . skilled bowler and a good dancer 
. . . pet peeve — Monday mornings. 
Club: Sahico 4; Glee Club— Concert; 
Style Show 2. 



"Linda" . . . jovial . . . activities . . . 
athletic . . . Breakheart and Melrose 
rate ... in on all S.H.S. activities 
. . . "Oh ya??" 

Clubs: Art 1, Bowling 1, French 2, 3, 
Pep Squad 3, Ski 4; Girl's Club H.R. 
Rep. 2, 4, Donkey Basketball 3, 4. 



DOROTHY LEONA CANFIELD 

21 Pleasant Street 
Business Business School 

Popular "Dot" . . . cheerful ... a real 
asset to the S.H.S. band . . . Softball 
will never be the same . . . gum 
snappers beware ! 

Club: Sahico 4; Athletics: Softball 1, 
2. 3, 4; Band— Concert 1, 2. 3. 4, Li- 
brarian 2, 3, Office Aide 1, Donkey Bas- 
ketball 3, 4. 




JACQUELYN CANFIELD 

39 Ballard Street 

Civic Secretarial School 

"Jackie" . . . tiny . . . well dressed 
. . . athletic — especially in skiing . . . 
seeks individualists for friends. 
Clubs: Pep Squad 1,2; Glee Club — Con- 
cert 1; Office Aide 3. 



JEAN FLORENCE CANFIELD 

61 Riverbank Road 

College Nursing 

"Jeanie" . . . short and cute . . . 
S.H.S. football fan . . . talented bowl- 
er .. . avoids unpunctual people. 
Club: Future Nurses; Style Show 1. 



DAVID GORDON CANN 

9 Jackson Street 

Industrial Arts Electrician 

"Dave" . . . cordial . . . always ready 
to help . . . tinkers with radios and 
car engines . . . drag races . . . dis- 
likes people who don't observe signs. 



NORMA MARIE CAPPUCCI 

36 Forest Street 

College School 

"Snookie" . . . cute and pert . . . 
expert dancer . . . Ho Jo's . . . The 
circuit . . . thinks dogs and swimming 
are "just peachy." 

Clubs: Art 2, 4, Dramatic 2, 3, 4, 
French 3, 4, Future Homemakers 1. 
Marshal Squad 4, Pep Squad 2, 3. Ski 
3, i. Usherettes i. 



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LYNDA ANN CARROLL 
41 Denver Street 



College 



College 



PATRICIA ANNE CARTER 

12 Emory Street 

College College 



"Petunia" . . . loquacious, happy, and 
active . . . freckles galore . . . frequently 
"visits" in New Hampshire. 
Class Secretary 3, Board of Directors 

2. Clubs: French 3, 4, Future Teachers 

3, 4, Ski 4, Student Council 1, Usher- 
ettes 4; Athletics: Field Hockey 2; Glee 
Club — Concert 2. 



"Pat" . . . gay . 
one . . . athletic 
ordination plus ! . 
painting 



. smile for every- 
interests and co- 

. . music . . . 

pet peeve — Boston 



Red Sox's left fielder. 

Athletics: Basketball 4, Softball 1, 

4; Band — Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. 



2, 3, 



NANCY SUSAN CASH 

36 Western Avenue 

College College 

"Teapot" . . . intelligent and ath- 
letic . . . well-liked . . . tuna fish 
sandwiches ... no school signals 
... pet peeve — drippy water faucets. 
Clubs: Latin 3. 4, Spanish 4, Student 
Council 4; Tontoquonian Biography 
Staff 4; Glee Club Concert 1; Athletics: 
Basketball 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




BLAINE WILLIAM CASTLE 

349 Central Street 



Civic 



Undecided 



"Blaine" . . . reserved . . . well-liked 
. . . S.H.S. football fan . . . collects 
sports clippings . . . excels in hockey 
and bowling . . . can't stand giggling 
girls. 



ALICE ELIZABETH CERINO 

96 Hesper Street 

College College 

Conscientious "Alice" . . . politically 
attuned . . . very complete homework 
assignments . . . enjoys tennis, bas- 
ketball, and poetry . . . pet peeve — 
coteries. 

Clubs: Latin 3, 4 — Treasurer 3, Marshal 
Squad 4, Foreign Affairs 4, Debate 4, 
2; Tontoquonian Biography Staff 4; 
Glee Club— Concert 1, 2. 



ROSEMARY ANN CERULLO 
442 Central Street 



LINDA LOUISE CHAMBERS 

12 Anawan Avenue 



Business 



School College 



"Rosemary" . . . thoughtful, and con- 
siderate . . . well-groomed . . 
clothes galore . . . sewing, tennis and 
bowling . . . shuns knuckle crackers. 
Clubs: National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4, Pep Squad 3, 4 — Captain 4, 
Sahico 4, Usherettes 4, — 1st lieut. 4; 
Tontoquonian Business Staff 4; Style 
Show 1, 2. 



College 

"Bugsie" . . . English and Math 
Scholar . . . skiing . . . Pepper Pizza 
. . . avoids indecisive people. 
Clubs: Dramatic 4, Euclidians 4, French 
3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Usherettes 4, Ath- 
letics: Basketball 2; Girls' Club Cabinet 
2, 4 — Homeroom Rep. 2, 3. 



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MARGARET MING CHANG 

21 Pleasant Avenue 
College College 

"Margaret" . . . quiet . . . persevering 
. . . pussy cats and pistachio ice 
cream . . . the public library . . . 
loves poetry. 

Clubs: French 3, 4, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Foreign Affairs 4; Tonto- 
quonian Editor, Reporter 1, Library 
Aide 1. 



DOROTHY MARY CHARLES 

53 Lincoln Avenue 

Civic I.B.M. School 

"Dottie" . 

helpful . . . 

. . . baseball 

irk her. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, Homemakers 1, 2, 

Pep Squad 1; Glee Club Concert 1, Style 

Show 1. 



STEPHEN CHARLES CHRISOS 
12 Yale Avenue 



College 



College 



good-natured and 
bowling, water skiing 
fan . . . late people 



"Steve" . . . talkative . . . practical 
jokes . . . father's new car . . . bowl- 
ing . . . cross-country fleet-foot. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowl- 
ing 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess 2 — President, 3, 
Golf 1, 2— Vice President, 3, Photog- 
raphy 3, Ski 4; Athletics: Baseball 2, 3, 
Home Room Basketball 2, 4, Track 
2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 




BETTE LOUISE CLARKE 
26 Granite Road 



Civic 

"B. C." . . . tall 
pleasures are sewing, 
listening to the radio 
— tardy people. 
Glee Club— Concert 1, 



Work 

and slim . . . 

swimming and 

. . . pet peeve 

2; Style Show 2. 



SANDRA ADELE CLEE 
3 Birchwood Avenue 
(Peabody) 
Distributive Education 

Fisher Jr. College 
Congenial "Sandy" . . . devoted to 
D.E.C.A. . . . attracted to Danvers 
. . . enjoys dancing, skating and field 
hockey . . . pet peeve — conceited 
people. 



WILLIAM RICHARD COLLINS 

323 Walnut Street 
Scientific College 

Congenial "Bill" . . . wayout fiction 
. . . lots of freckles . . . bothered 
by adult drivers . . . "Berries". 
Club: Book 2; Athletics: Track 3, 4 



JOHN SAMUEL CONFALONE, 
JR. 

Industrial Arts 

Architectural Designing School 

"Mouse" . . . well-known . . . col- 
legiate haircut and clothes . . . awful 
— awfuls . . . clever at designing. 
Club: Ski 1; Athletics: Baseball 3, 4. 



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ROBERT PAUL CONGDON 

30m Parker Street 
College College 

"Bob" . . . contemporary fiction 

. . . skis, ski poles, and ski slopes 

... of course, other sports . . . sure 
to succeed. 



ALICE ANNE CONNERS 

9 Dreeme Street 

Civic Business School 

Amicable "Alice" . . . ambitious . . . 
polite and dependable . . . enjoys sew- 
ing and swimming . . . annoyed by 
people who crack their knuckles. 
Clubs: Pep Squad 1, 2, Style Show 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



SHEILA ANN CONNOLLY 

39 Springdale Ave. 
College College 

Sophisticated "Sheila" . . . poodles, 
convertibles, and stylish clothes . . . 
seamstress . . . loves submarines . . . 
S.H.S. activities . . . avoids those who 
smoke. 

Clubs: Homemaking 4 — Treasurer 4, Fu- 
ture Teachers 4, Pep Squad 3, Style 
Show 4. 




LAWRENCE ROBERT 
CONNORS 

Civic Undecided 

. handsome and well- 
expert hacker . . . parties 



"Larry" . 
dressed . . 
and Kane's 
Athletics: Hockey 1 



2, 3, 4. 



CAROL ANN CONRAD 
3 Conrad Avenue 

"Carol" . . . languid 

hands . . . pleasing . . 

. . . very attractive. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Ski 4; Talent 

Night 1, 4, Glee Club— Concert 1, Style 

Show 4. 



. . graceful 
individualist 



DELOIS VERNON COOPER JR. 

16 Oak Point Road 
College Navy 

"Butch" . . . meditative . . . numismat- 
ist .. . tropical fish . . . roast beef 
sandwiches . . . friendly newsboy. 
Club: Bowling 1, 2. 



PAUL WILFRED COOPER 

3 Farmland Road 



College 



College 



"Coop" . . . comical, smart, and popu- 
lar . . . missions, cajole, anchor . . . 
view from the clouds. 
Class Board of Directors 3, 4. Clubs: 
Audio Visual Aids 3, 4 — Secretary, Eu- 
clidians 3, 4, Latin 3, Ski 4; Athletics: 
Basketball 1, 2, Football 1. 2, 3, 4, 
Track 3, 4. 



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JOHN THOMAS CORINDIA 

28 Forest Street 
Scientific Doctor 

Witty, well-dressed Tom . . . Sports 
. . . Mr. M's man with the trumpet 
. . . lasagna . . . band trips . . . 
"T. C." . . . shuns bragging heroes. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Ski 
4; Band— Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROSEMARY CORNETTA 

27 Venice Avenue 



Busines 



Business School 



Popular "Bobbie" . . . lively . . . 
loyal to SHS ... ice skating and base- 
ball . . . nice clothes . . . fried clams 
. . . dislikes people who are always 
late. 

Board of Directors 1, 2. Clubs: Future 
Homemakers 1, Pep Squad 2, 3, Sahico 
4, Ski 4, Talent Night 1; Glee Club 1, 
2, Style Show 1, 2. 



PAMELA HELEN CORON 
18 Parker Street 

Civic Jr. College 

"Pam" . . . shiny black hair . . . 
avid movie fan . . . New Hampshire 
summers ... oh, those people who 
stop short in the corridors ! ! ! ! 
Clubs: Art 1, 4 — Treasurer 4, Dra- 
matic 1, 3, National Thespians 3, 4. 




JAMES ANTHONY 

CORREGGIO 

98 Riverbank Road 

Civic Carpentry 

"James" . . . collects coins . . . auto- 
motive mechanics . . . motor scooter ! ! 
. . . carpentry . . . avoids girls who 
smoke. 



LINDA JANE COWAN 

11 Waban Street 
Secretarial Work 

"Linda" . . . efficient . . . precision 
... all kinds of music . . . roaring 
fires on a cold winter's night reading 
a good book . . . potato chips. 
Club: Sahico 4; Style Show 3. 



BARBARA ALDEN COX 

31 Intervale Avenue 

College College 

Smiling "Tina" . . . flying papers. 
French phrases and flurried "Helios" 
. . . sketches and serious art work 
. . . Books and "yimca". 
Class Secretary 1. Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4 — 
Vice-President. Dramatic 2. French 
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Tontoquon- 
ian Associate Editor 4; Athletics: Field 
Hockey 1; Student Representative to 
State House; Newspaper Reporter 3; 
Handbook 1, 2, 3, Le Soleil Editor 4. 



DEBORAH JEAN COX 

176 Essex Street 
College Marriage 

"Debby" . . . chatter . . . lots and 
lots of clothes . . . fluffy pink sweaters 
. . . talented in the culinary arts . . . 
a good seamstress and artist. 
Class Vice President 2, Student Council 
2. }. Clubs: Art 3; Athletics: Field 
Hockey 1. 



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JUDITH CAROL CREMAROSA 

263 Lynn Fells Pkwy. 
College College 

"Creme" . . . likes yellow Volkswagens 
. . . S.H.S. activities . . . PIZZA 
. . . hopes to own the Red Sox 
. . . bothered by jinxed sunglasses . . . 
"Pray Tell" 

Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 2, 3, 4— 
Vice-Pres., Euclidians 3, 4 — Treasurer, 
French 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3, 4 — Capt., Ski 4, Usherettes 4, 
National Thespians 4, Tontoquonian 
Biography Staff 4; Athletics: Softball 
1, 2; Senior Play. 



RICHARD ANTHONY 
CUCCHIARA 

8 Oakcrest Street 



College 



College 



"Cooch" . . . school shutterbug . . . 
N.H.S. President . . . Diversion is ice 
hockey . . . enjoys traveling — es- 
pecially in Great Britain. 
Clubs: Art 1. 4, Chess 3, French 2, 3, 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4 — Pres., 
Athletics: Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Tontoquonian 
Photography Staff 4. 



LAWRENCE DANIEL CURRIE 

16 Forest Street 
Civic Army 

"Larry" ... an asset to our football 
team . . . likes to work with cars and 
snooze . . . oh, those girls who scream 
over nothing. 
Athletics: Football 1, 2, 4. 




ANTHONY JOSEPH DAMICO 

77 Bristow Street 
Civic G.E. Apprentice 

Good-looking "Tony" . . . personality 
. . . neat 
. pet peeve 



CAROL ANN DAVIS 

15 Great Woods Road 

Business Airline Stewardess 



plus ... percussionist 
appearance . . . cars . . . 
— pushy people. 
Club: Art Club 4; Athletics 
1, 2, 3. 



Football 



"Carol" . . . seamstress . 
. . . enjoys driving (?! 
(?!)... courteous. 
Clubs: Bowling 4, Marshal 
4, Sahico 4. 



. . bowling 
)and GYM 



Squad 



NORMAN JAMES DAY 

29 Tuttle Street 

Distributive Education Undecided 

"Norm" . . . friendly, cheerful, well- 
liked . . . industrious . . . "Little 
Red Bug." 



LINDA EDITH DEARSTYNE 
46 Fairmount Avenue 
College College 

"Lin" . . . bubbly sense of humor 
. . . collects stuffed animals . . . 
oh those black and blue marks . . . 
a2 4 b2 4- c2 = ugh . . . sentimentalist 
... we wish her luck as a nurse. 
Clubs: Art 3. 4, Dramatic 2, 3, 4, 
Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 
Ski Club 4; Senior Play, Senior Car 
Wash. 



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MICHAEL JOSEPH DEBLASIO 
JR. 
6 Walcott Road 
Scientific College 

"D.B." . . . electronics, science fairs, 
stamps . . . "Little Miss Polka-Dots" 
... pet peeve — fast donkeys. 
Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Pep Squad 3, 
Radio 1, 2, 3; Athletics: Football 1. 



BARBARA PHYLLIS DELOUIS 

7 Belair Street 
Business Work 

"Louie" . . . tall, blonde and strik- 
ing . . . always ready for a good time 
. . . pen pals . . . dancing . . . 
football . . . can't see why girls 
scream over the Beatles. 
Clubs: Dramatic 4, Ski 4, French 2, 
Home-making 4, Sahico; Glee Club 1; 
Style Show 1, 2, 3, Office Aide 4. 



EDWARD JOSEPH DEPUTAT 
JR. 

40 Gates Pond Avenue 

Industrial Arts Navy 

"Dep" . . . football . . . philatelist 

. . . bowls . . . good companion . . . 

"Lurch" . . . dislikes waiting in long, 
long lines ! ! ! 

Club: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletics: 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 







ANN ELIZABETH DESYEAUX 

165 Winter Street 
Civic Undecided 

"Shorty" . . . pleasant and earnest . . . 
cniuvs sewing . . . collecting auto- 
graphs . . . swimming and skating 
. . . annoyed by conceited people. 
Club: Home-making 4; Glee Club — 
Concert 1, 2; Style Show 1, 2, 3. 4. 



HERBERT RICHARD DIAMOND 

601-R Lincoln Avenue 
Civic Service 

"Herb" . . . autos . . . aquatic sports 
. . . sincere friend . . . doesn't like 
one word answers. 



PAULA FELICIA DIMINICO 

51 Western Avenue 

D.E. Junior College 

"Paula" . . . poised and polite . . . 
dark hair and pretty eyes . . . dislikes 
those w-ho don't tell the truth. 
Clubs: Art 4, Bowling 4, DECA 4, 
Dramatic 3, 4, Future Home-makers 3, 4, 
Pep Squad 3. 4, Ski 4; Glee Club- 
Concert 1, Style Show 1. 2, 3. 



ROBERT ALLEN DITOMASO 

320 Lincoln Avenue 
Business Business School 

"Peaches" ... a real comic . . . 
cars . . . bowling and hockey ... ir- 
ritated by dirty automobiles. 
Club: Sahico I. 



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ROBERT HENRY DIXON 

5 Victor Street 

Business Business School 

"Bob" . . . closely watches mint marks 
and dates of coins . . . swimming . . . 
avoids know-it-alls. 
Clubs: French 2, Sahico 4. 



BERNARD DOHERTY 
8 Kent Street 



College 



College 



. . . cars, sports, broken 
look-alike sister and 
'WITTY" . . . optional 



"Hey, Howie !' 
legs . . 
brothers . . . ' 
Math problems. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowl- 
ing 1, 2, Ski 4; Athletics: Homeroom 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Cross Country 2, 3. 



STEVEN RAE DOW 

34 Lake Circle 

Industrial Arts Draftsman 

"Steve" . . . bright red hair . . . 

snares and animal traps . . . English 

recording stars . . . especially the 

"Beatles". 

Clubs: Bowling 4, Chess 2. 




LILLIAN MAY DUNCAN 

20 Harlow Street 

College College 

"Lilly" . . . pleasant . . . finds 
music and photography enjoyable . . . 
hopes to travel . . . pet peeve — con- 
ceited people. 



DIANA ELIZABETH ANN 

DUNNE 

208 Forest Street 

Civic Business School 

Tiny "Diana" . . . jolly . . . ath- 
letic . . . loves to sew . . . pretty 
blue eyes. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, Homemaking 4, 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Glee Club — Concert 
1, 2, Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. 



STEVEN FRANK DURGIN 

2 Cliftondale Avenue 

Civic Prep School 

"Durg" . . . amicable . . . huge 
house parties . . . hunting and water 
enthusiast . . . girls . . . cars . . . 
shuns finger tappers. 

Clubs: Bowling 4, Chess 4, Marshal 
Squad 3, 4, Ski 4; Athletics: Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2— Home- 
room 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- 
ball 1, 2, 3. 



MICHAEL DAVID DUVAL 

21 Curtis Road 

Distributive Education Undecided 

Sincere "Mike" . . . diligent . . . tall 
. . . submarines . . . D.E. never the 
same. 



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RICHARD THOMAS EICHEL II 

40 Lincoln Avenue 
Scientific College 

"Dick" . . . our smiling extrovert 
. . . PARTIES ARE BIG . . . diversions 
are designing model cars and rebuilding 
engines. 



RICHARD ELLIS 
14 Clark Street 



College 



College 



Friendly "Rick" . . . subtle wit . . . 
cars, natch ! . . . pizza and roast beef 
. . . bored by lengthy dance recitals. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowl- 
ing 1, 2. 



VIRGINIA JEAN EMERY 

1 Virginia Terrace 

College Nursing 

Pretty "Jean" . . . talkative . . . senti- 
mental . . . bowling . . . sports fan 
. . . annoyed by braggarts. 
Clubs: Future Nurses 3, 4, Latin 4, Stu- 
dent Council 2; Athletics: Basketball 1, 
2; Guidance Office Aide, Donkey Bas- 
ketball 4. 




LESLIE ANN EVANS 

27 Cliftondale Avenue 

College Nursing 

"Les" . . . enjoys playing the guitar 
. . . pleasing personality with a friendly 
smile to match . . . folk music . . . 
Essex South . . . chocolate whipped 
cream and graham crackers. 
Class Board of Directors 1, 3. Clubs: 
Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Student Council 
2, Pep Squad 3; Athletics: Softball 1, 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3- Glee Club 2, 3, 
4— Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Girls' Club 
H.R. Rep. 2. 



LOUISE MARIE FIFIELD 

37 Tuttle Street 
Civic Business School 

"Louise" . . . fun-loving . . . laughter 
. . . continuous conversations . . . ski 
trails . . . pet peeve — streets without 
white lines. 



BERNICE RUTH FISHER 

58 Ballard Street 
Civic Work 

"Bunnie" . . . loquacious . . . BOYS 
. . . "That's the breaks" . . . pities 
school dropouts. 

Style Show 4, Library Aide 3. 



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ROBERT FRANCIS FOLINO 

3 Oceanview Avenue 

College Collect 

"Bob" . . . small, but powerful 

basketball player . . . likeable . . . 

skiing enthusiast . . . shuns moody 
people. 

Club: Golf 3; Athletics: Track 2, Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 4. 



PAULA ANN FORBES 

84 Auburn Street 

College Nurses Training 

"Paula" . . . energetic . . . happy 
. . . likes all sports, especially bas- 
ketball . . . easy going. 
Club: Future Nurses 2; Athletics: Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 4, Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD RAYMOND FORNI 

2 3 Kenwood Avenue 
College College 

"Don" . . . guitars . . . water skiis 

. . . Latin IV . . . "muuundy" . . . 

OH, those women drivers ! ! 

Clubs: Bowling 2, Radio 1; Talent Night 

4. 





PRISCILLA FAYE FOUNTAIN 

1 Pillings Road 
College College 

"Priscilla" . . . shy . . . pleasant . . . 
helpful . . . enjoys skating . . . pet 
peeve — gum snappers. 
Clubs: French 2, 3, Future Nurses 2, 3, 
4, Homemaking 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; 
Library' Aide 3. 



ROY EVERITT FREDERICKSON 

1 Orchard Avenue 
College College 

Collegiate "Howie" . . . P.J. parties 
. . . sociable . . . well-dressed . . . 
pool . . . "track" . . . Howdy Beef- 
burgers. 
Club: Bowling 2; Athletics: Track 3, 4. 



DARRELL MAY FRITZ 

2 Bisbee Road 

Secretarial Undecided 

Attractive "Darrell" . . . well-dressed 
expert seamstress . . . queen 



. boys 



of 
bermuda 



the snow slopes 

shorts don't rate. 

Clubs: Sahico 4, Ski 4, Marshal Squad 

2; Tnntoquonian Business Staff; Style 

Show 1, 2, 3. 



ROSEMARY FRONTIERA 

22 Venice Avenue 

Civic Hairdressing 

"Roe" . . . always happy and smiling 
. . . loves onion rings and pizza . . . 
dislikes conceited people. 
Clubs: Bowling 2, 3. Dramatic 4. Home- 
makers 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, Sahico 
4, Ski 4; Senior Play. 



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WILLIAM DENNIS FULLER 
3 Appleton Street 
Civic School 

"Bill" . . . car mechanic . . . drum- 
mer . . . meatball sandwiches . . . 
annoyed when cars fail to start on cold, 
cold mornings. 

Club: Ski 4; Athletics: Home Room 
Basketball 1, Football 1. 



DANIEL VICTOR GAETA 

98 Vine Street 

Civic Undecided 



"Dan" . . . tall, 
. . . quick to see 

manner. 



dark, good looking 
a joke . . . affable 



EILEEN GRACE GARLAND 

11 Seaview Avenue 
Secretarial Medical Secretary 

"Lee" . . . swims and water skis 
. . . "Cliffy" . . . fashionable . . . 
memory vs. locker combinations . . . 
an angel in a cloud. 

Clubs: Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 
Ski 4; Tontoquonian Activities Staff; 
Glee Club — Concert 1, 2. 




THERESA ANN 




DANIEL DOUGLAS GIBBON 


GIANSIRACUSA 




15 Hazel Street 


22 Harlow Street 




Civic Musician 


Jr. 


College 


"Dan" . . . congenial . . . enjoys good 


. . . well-liked . 


. . an 


music . . . sports . . . cars . . . girls 



College 
"Terri" 

exuberant twirler and an asset to the 
squad . . . hobbies are swimming, 
skating and skiing. 

Class Secretary 2. Clubs: Future Home- 
makers 3, 4 — Secretary, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Spanish 
3 — Treasurer, Student Council 1, 2, 
Usherettes 4; Twirler 3, 4 — Co-Capt.; 
Band Concert 3, 4, Talent Night 4, 
Guidance Office Aide 3, 4. 



likes to sleep late in the mornings. 



JOSEPH MARTIN GIBBONS 
56 Clifton Avenue 
College College 

"Joseph" . . . helpful . . . bowling and 
tennis ... all around sports fan 
. . . bothered by women drivers. 
Clubs: Ski 4, Spanish 4; Athletics: 
Football 1, Language Laboratory Aide 
4. 



DOROTHY JEAN GILLIS 

Maclntyre Road 

Civic Secretary 

"Dottie" . . . skis and swims . . . 
full of wanderlust (yearns to travel) 
. . . always ready for a laugh . . . 
Don't slam any doors in her path ! ! ! ! 
Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4. Ski 4; Style 
Show 3, Senior Play. 



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LINDA MADELINE GOULD 
8 Newcomb Avenue 



College 

. . ambitious ... in- 
sports fan . . . field 
pet peeve-unsociable 



Secretarial 

"Buckwheat' 

telligent . . 

hockey 

people. 

Clubs: Bowling 3. French 2, Future 

Teachers 4, National Honor Society 

3, 4, Pep Squad 4 — Capt. 4, Sahico 4, 

Usherettes 4; Tontoquonian Business 

Staff 4; Athletics: Basketball 2, 3, 4, 

Field Hockey 2. 3, 4. 



DEBORAH ANN GOWELL 

31 Great Woods Road 

College College 

Cute "Dee" . . . diligent . . . talented 



seamstress . . , 

and convertibles 

who whistle. 

Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, French 4 

Teachers 4. 



enjoys bowling, skiing 
. . annoyed by people 

Future 



ESTHER ANNE GRACE 

33 Dudley Street 

Secretarial Secretary 

"Esther" . . . gay . . . amiable . . . 
loves to bowl and swim . . . Fun ! ! 
. . . boys . . . dislikes conceited 
people. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 3, 4, Marshal Squad 
3, 4, Sahico 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 
Library Aide 1, 2, 4. 




GRACE MARION GRACEFFA 

6 Yale Avenue 

Business Undecided 

"Grace" . . . reserved, but full of 
fun . . . sharp pencils and stenography 
notebooks . . . can always be relied 
upon. 



CONSTANCE MARIE 

GRANAHAN 
501 Central Street 
Homemaking IBM School 

"Connie" . . . bowling fan . . . dancing 
. . . "Howdey's" . . . dislikes people 
without school spirit. 
Club: Bowling 2. 



ROBERT BRUCE GREEN 
38 Pearson Street 
College College 

"Bob" . . . little quips and a pleasant 
smile . . . enjoys hunting 
. . . meticulous habits . . 
people unite ! ! 
Athletics: Track 4. 



GUNS 
left-handed 



STANLEY WARREN GREEN 

144 Main Street 
College College 

"Stan" . . . pizza and gasoline . . . 
handsome . . . , easy going . . . comi- 
cal remarks . . . upset by those who 
talk about cars, but know nothing about 
the subject. 
Clubs: Bowling 1, 4, French 4, Ski 3, 4. 



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THOMAS ARTHUR 
GUTTADARO 

31 Kenwood Avenue 

General Work 

"Gutt" . . . sports — especially base- 
ball . . . black boots and loafers . . . 

beef . . . good "whaler." 
Athletics: Basketball 1, Home Room 

1, 2, 3. 



JUDITH EDNA HALEY 
15 Palmer Avenue 



College 



Marriage 



"Judi" . . . hand knit sweaters . . . 
books . . . bowling . . . serious minded 
. . . shuns argumentative people. 
Clubs: Homemaking 4, Future Nurses 
1, 2; Senior Play. 



KATHLEEN ANN HANLON 

21 Whitney Street 

College College 

"Dodie" . . . pianist and organist 
. . . mountain trails — on foot and by 
horseback . . . Corvette, Stingrays and 
motorcyles . . . avoids those without 
a sense of humor. 




TERRI JOYCE HARMON 

11 Sterling Avenue 
Secretarial Chamberlayne Jr. 

College 
"Terri" . . . giggles and curls . . . 
hayfever . . . water skiing . . . Monday 
mornings — UGH ! ! 
Clubs: Pep Squad 3, Sahico 4, Ski 4. 



CHARLES HERBERT HARNDEN 

32 Basswood Avenue 
Distributive Education Jr. College 

"Hubert" . . . DE student . . . interest 
— girls — what else? . . . girls — take care 
with your make-up . . . future . real 
estate salesman. 
Club: DECA 2. 



BARBARA ANN HARRINGTON 

13 Parker Street 
College Nursing 

"Barby" . . . always strives to do her 

best . . . great personality . . . enjoys 

ice skating . . . eager to begin her 

career. 

Clubs: French 4; Band— Concert 1, 2, 3, 

4. 



SUSAN LINDA HARRINGTON 

6 Ernest Street 
College College 

"Miss Harrendun" . . . poise and grace 
. . . "private tailor" . . . pizza and 
pastry . . . loyal supporter of "Frosh" 
football team . . . our spirited cheer- 
leader's captain. 

Clubs: Dramatic 2, 3, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Ski 4, Student Council 1, 
2, 3, 4, Usherettes 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 
— Capt., Color Day Rally Director 4. 



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CLEO HARRIS 

26 Winter Street 



College 



College 



Witty "Dynamic" . . . immaculate 
dress . . . New Jersey Cheerleader 
comes to root for S.H.S. . . . N.Y. 
radio stations. 

Clubs: Dramatic 4, Future Teachers 4, 
Ski 4, Student Council 1, 3, National 
Thespians 4; Athletics: Basketball 2, 3, 
Cheerleader 3; Senior Play. 



PATRICIA ELLEN HENNAN 

389 Lincoln Avenue 

Civic Undecided 

Dependable "Pat" . . . considerate of 

others . . . good bowler . . . LE SOLEIL 

dactyliste. 

Clubs: Bowling 4, French 4; Glee Club 

Concert 1, 2. 



KATHRYN ANN HICKS 
24 Springdale Avenue 
Business I.B.M. School 

"Kathy" . . . blonde hair and blue 
eyes . . . friendly . . . television 
. . . sewing . . . Adventure Car Hop 
. . . pet peeve — snobs. 
Clubs: Bowling 1, Sahico 4; Glee Club 
Concert 1, 2, 3, Style Show 1, 2, 3, 
Office Aide 4. 




GAIL MARGARET HIGGINS 
2 Rodgers Road 
College College 

"Higsby" . . . Madras and Melrose 
. . . Fireplace 10 . . . North Conway 
. . . adaptable . . . conscientious cheer- 
leader. 

Class Board of Directors 3. Clubs: 
Dramatic 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, Student 
Council 2, 3, Secretary — 2, Usherettes 
4; Athletics: Basketball 1, 2, Cheer- 
leader 3, 4. 



PAUL FRANCIS HOGAN 

304 Central Street 

Scientific College 

Intelligent "Hoog" . . . Mr. Burn's 
comedian . . . likes to ride with the 
top down . . . intensive study of 
bio-chemistry . . . Pet Peeve — social 
standards and status. 



ROBERT BRUCE HUNTER 

23 Summer Dr. 

College College 

"Buntley" . . . full of life . . . foot- 
ball and skating . . . girls, of course 
. . . well-known personality around 
S.H.S. . . . Oh, those early morning 
classes ! 

Clubs: Ski 4, Spanish 3; Athletics: Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, Hockey 1, Volleyball 1, 2. 



HELAINE GAYLE HURWITZ 

28 Summer Street 



College 



College 



"Helaine" . . . full of fun . . . zany 
sense of humor . . . artistic . . . flair 
for dramatics . . . abhors middle of 
of the road drivers. 

Clubs: Art 4, Dramatic 2, 3, 4, French 
2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, National Thes- 
pians 3, 4; Senior Play. 



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DIANE ELAINE HUSSON 

73 Jasper Street 

College College 

Considerate "Diane" . . . domestic 
talents as well as being scientifically 
inclined . . . water skiing and bowling 
. . . dreams of a trip to France . . . 
finds crowded corridors to be very frus- 
trating. 



WAYNE GEORGE HYAM 

24 Whitney Street 
College College 

"Omega" . . . deep understanding of 
"Trig" . . . sports and cars . . . smiles 
. . . witty comments . . . peeved by 
homework over the weekend. 
Clubs: Radio 1: Athletics: Track 2. 



ERNEST CARLYLE HYNES JR. 

9 Steven Avenue 
Scientific College 

"Ernie" . . . science fiction fan 
. . . long columns of numbers . . . 
Mad Magazine . . . vivid paraphrases 
of Shakespeare. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling 
I, 3, Euclidians 3, 4; Mathematics 
Team 3. 4. 




ANNETTE ROSE IENGO 

6 Athens Drive 

College College 

"Annette" . . . chatter accompanied 
by flying, descriptive hands . . . cute 
. . . sweatshirts and dungarees . . . 
hard working scholar. 

Clubs: Dramatic 1, 2. 3, 4, French 
3, Future Teachers 4. Latin Club 3, 4, 
secretary 3, Pep Squad 4. Student Coun- 
cil 3, 4, Usherettes 4; Tontoquonian 
Business Staff 4, Glee Club — Concert 
1, 2. Senior Play 3, Newspaper Reporter 



SHELLY MAUREEN 

IWANOWICZ 

113 Lincoln Avenue 



Civic 



Business School 



"Shelly" . . . pleasing personality . . . 
Red Sox . . . avid follower of Saugus 
High sports . . . enjoys bowling and 
listening to records . . . pet peeve — 
gum snappers. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 4, Homemakers 1. 2, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletics: Soft- 
ball 1, 2, Glee Club Concert 1, 2, Style 
Show 1,2. 



DOUGLAS ANDREW JOHNSON 
Water Street 



College 



College 



"D. J." of Le Soleil . . . Golden 
Tornado comes to Sachemville . . . 
originality plus . . . bored by twice 
told elephant jokes. 
Club: French 4. 



JON ROBERT JOHNSON 

22 Felton Court 
Scientific College 

"Jon" . . . crew cut . . . observes 
little things . . . inquiring mind . . . 
a natural wit. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Golf 
3. Ski 3, 4; Athletics: Football 1, 
Hockey 3. Track 1, 3, 4, Volleyball 1. 2. 



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JOHN PAUL JONES JR. 

109 Adams Avenue 

College College 

"J- P. J" • • • talkative . . . enjoys 
reading and photography . . . dislikes 
domineering girls . . . likes surprises. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Chess 
Club 3, 4, Dramatic 4. Photography 
I, 2, 3. 4, Ski 4, National Thespians 
4; Athletics: Track 4; Glee Club- 
Concert 1, 2, 3; All School Play 4, 
Senior Play. 



MARIE BEULAH 
KANARKIEWICZ 
22 Orcuth Avenue 

Secretarial Secretary 

"Marie" . . . thoughtful and con- 
siderate . . . finds crocheting, bowling, 
and collecting records interesting . . . 
likes boys, sports, dancing and Elvis. 
Clubs: Bowling 4, Marshal Squad 4, Pep 
Squad 2, Sahico 4; One Act Play 1, 2. 



ARLENE JANE KELLY 

18 Pratt Street 

Business Work 

"Kelly-Bean" . . . short, curly pixies 
. . . pastels . . . camping . . . skiing 
. . . pet peeve — children who play 
under the bleachers. 

Clubs: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 
4, Sahico 4, Ski 3, 4; Style Show 
1, 2, 3. 





MARYJANE ROSE KENNEDY 
18 Endicott Street 



Civic 



Work 



Pretty "M.J." . . . sweet . . . cheese- 
burgers and fried clams . . . Drum 
and Bugle Corps . . . dislikes con- 
ceited people. 

Club: Homemakers 1, 2, 4; Style 
Show 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JOANNE PATRICIA KERRIGAN 

10 Stillings Road 
Secretarial Airline Stewardess 

"Jo Jo" . . . sincere and well-mannered 

. . . sports . . . collects salt and 

pepper shakers . . . bothered by tardy 

people. 

Clubs: Dramatic 1, Pep Squad 1, 

Sahico 4 — Secretary, Ski 4, Usherettes 

4; Talent Night 4. 



DENNIS MICHAEL KING 

7 Fanest Street 



College 








College 


"Den" . 
situations 
. . . blue 


Ford 


athletic 
good 


. . . chaotic 
sense of humor 
"Howie's" and 


"missions.' 










Clubs: Bowling 
Football 1, 2, 4. 


2, 3 


4; 


Athletics: 



MARY JEAN KLAPES 
224 Lynn Fells Pkwy. 

College Bentley College 

Sincere and well-liked "Mary Jean" 
. . . lively supporter of S.H.S. foot- 
ball . . . after Bentley's hopes to be 
the accountant for the Red Sox ! . . . 
animal lover . . . enjoys swimming — 
why Mary Jean? . . . watch out for 
those basketball players next year ! 
Clubs: Art 3, Euclidians 3, 4 — Secretary, 
French 3, 4, Latin 3, 4 — Pres., Pep 
Squad 4, Ski 4, Tontoquonian Biog- 
raphy Staff. 



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KATHLEEN MARGARET 
KNICKLE 

12 Beach Street 
Distributive Education 

Hairdressing 

Sweet and considerate "Cathy" . . . 
stuffed animals, bright colors, and rec- 
ord albums . . . dancing's fine . . . 
avoids snobby people. 
Clubs: DECA — Secretary 4. 



Civics 

"Spider" . . 
rides in the 
hockey, skiing 



Club. 
Manager 2 



FRANK ADAM 

KRYZWICKI JR. 

23 Guild Road 

Prep School 

S.H.S. bowler . . . 

'Red Hornet" . . . 

and baseball enthusiast 
bothered by girls who smoke. 
Bowling 4; Athletics: Football 



PAUL ALVIN LACY JR. 

6 Gilway Road 

College College 

Well dressed and good looking "Paul" 
likes vacations and surprises 
. . . "Happiness Boys" . . . pet peeve — 
clean sneakers ! 

Clubs: Ski 4, Spanish 3 — President; 
Athletics: Football 1. 




JUDITH MARIE LADD 
40 Lawndale Avenue 



Civic 



Secretary 



"Judi" . . . petite . . . friendly smile 
. . . onion rings . . . water and snow 
skiing . . . irked by knuckle crackers. 
Clubs: Bowling 4, Dramatic 4, French 
4, Homemaking 4, Marshal 3, 4, Ski 
3, 4; Athletics: Volleyball 4; Talent 
Night 1, Glee Club— Concert 1, Style 
Show 4, Office Aide 3, 4. 



KAREN ANN LALLY 

43 Sunnyside Park 

Civic Airline Hostess 

Sweet "Karen" . . . delicate tastes . . . 
bowling and dancing . . . camping in 
N.H. . . . pet peeve — discourteous cus- 
tomers. 
Band Concert 1, Glee Club 1. 



STEVEN CHARLES 
LAMPROS 

21 Avon Street 



FRANCES LANDRY 
Bisbee Road 



Secretarial 



Civic 

"Steve' 



Sales Distributor 

iffable 



manner . . . 
racing engines, smell of rubber, and 
click of pool balls . . . girls are O.K.. 
although bothersome at times. 



"Bobby" . . . sweet 

of others . . . diaries 

cluttered bulletin boards 

silly girls. 

Club: Sahico 4; Style Show 3. 



Office Work 

and considerate 
memory boxes. 
. . . pet peeve — 



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PENELOPE LOUISE LANDRY 

36 Elm Street 

College Mass. College of Art 

"Muffy" . . . spirited debater . . . 
artistic . . . beautiful handknit and 
hand sewn clothes . . . enjoys sunny 
days . . . bright colors . . . dislikes 
loud people. 

Club: Art 2, 3. 4; Style Show 4; Girls' 
Club Cabinet 3. 



CHARLENE ANN LANG 

39R. Jackson Street 

Secretarial College 

"Linkey" . . . combination of intelli- 
gence and wit . . . philatelist . . . sports 
. . . chocolate chip ice cream . . . 
avoids those who think they are "al- 
ways right." 

Clubs: National Honor Society 3, 4. 
Sahico 4— President; Athletics: Softball 
1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4; Ton- 
toquonian Associate Editor 4, Girls' 
Club H.R. Representative 3, Student 
Exchange. 



EDITH MURIEL LANGLEY 
55 Winter Street 



College 



College 



"Grape" . . . vivid description, Latin 
verse, long walks . . . cut off sweat 
shirts and conversations with cats . . . 
STEINBECK . . . organization — plus! 
Class Vice President 1. Clnbs: Book 2, 
Latin 3, 4, National Honor . Society 
4, Student Council 2. 3, 4, Girls' 
Club Secretary 2; Handbook Committee 
1, 3, Tontoquonian Associate Editor 4. 




KENNETH WILLIAM LARKIN 

30 Jasper Street 
College College 

"Ken" . . . easy going . . . skiing 
enthusiast . . . sports in general . . . 
annoyed by people who drive on the 
wrong side of the road. 



LINDA MAE LAROUCHE 
5 Horton Street 



Business 



Work 



"Shorty" . . . small and cute . . . 
earnest . . . lively and athletic . . . 
neat appearance . . . enjoys reading, 
music and football . . . loves pizza and 
ice cream . . . dreads those Monday 
mornings ! 

Clubs: Book 1, Bowling 2, French 2, 
Marshal Squad 1, Pep Squad 3, Sahico 
4; Glee Club Concert 2, Style Show 1. 



ANTHONY RICHARD 
LAVECCHIO 

6 Alfred Road 
Scientific College 

"Tony" . . . sports, all the way 
. . . radio ham . . . Star Market . . . 
watchout roadhogs ! ! 
Club: Bowling 1. 



JOHN RICHARD LAVISKA, JR. 

335 Lincoln Avenue 
College School 

"John" . . . easygoing . . . pleasant 
. . . good at pool and whaling . . . 
annoyed by girls who smoke. 
Club: Ski 4; Band Concert 1. 2, 3, 4. 



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MARJORIE DIANE 

LA VISKA 

13 Davis Street 

Civic College 

*'Marg" . . . pleasant . . . hobbies 
are horseback riding and record collect- 
ing . . . loves clams and pizza . . . 
bored by long study periods. 
Club: Bowling 1; Talent Night 4. 



MAUREEN LAVOIE 

4 Williams Avenue 

College Civil Service 

"Mau" . . . considerate of others 
. . . finds enjoyment in popular records 
and English singing groups . . . dreads 
the dentist's drill ! 
Club: Future Nurses 2, 3. 



WAYNE DOUGLAS LEACH 

31 Spencer Avenue 
Civic Trade School 

"Wayne" . . . quiet . . . guitars, 
music, and cars . . . enjoys working 
on cars . . . pet peeve — women drivers. 





SUSAN JEAN LEADBETTER 

17 Walden Pond Avenue 



College 



Designing School 



"Leadhead" . . . creative . . . concern 
for others . . . Barbra Striesand . . . 
high society fashions. 
Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 2, 3, 
French 3, 4, Marshal Squad 4, Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4— Capt., Ski 4, Student 
Council 3; Girls' Club Cabinet, Talent 
Night 4. 



PHILIP JEAN LEBLANC 

19 Elm Street 

Civic School 

"Redlight" . . . well-liked and humor- 
ous . . . winter sports . . . "Je viens 
de Canada" . . . likes to sleep late 
in the morning. 



RHETA IRENE LEIGHTON 

84 Cleveland Avenue 
College College 

"Tia" . . . strong, questioning mind 
. . . full of fun . . . hobbies include 
sports, coin collecting . . . finds eyes 
to be very expressive. 

Clubs: Euclidians 4, Future Nurses 
2, 3 — Vice-Pres., 4 — Treasurer, Latin 
2, 3, Marshal 4, Pep Squad 4 — Capt., 
Student Council 4; Athletics: Basketball 
2, 3, 4 —Capt., Softball 2, Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Career Conference 3. 4, 
Tontoquonian Activities Staff. 



RONALD MILTON LEMOINE 

5 Emory Street 
College College 

Serious and hard-working "Lem" . . . 
band . . . music . . . painting . . . 
hockey . . . pet peeve — underachieves. 



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LEON ALAN LEMURE 

16 Clifton Street 



College 



College 



"Leon" . . . jokester in a crowd . . . 

intelligent in private conversation . . . 

hard working member of the basketball 

team. 

Athletics: Baseball 4, Basketball 1, 

2. 3, 4, Track 1, 2. 



MILDRED CAROLE LEONARD 

15 Edge Hill Road 
Civic Modeling 

"Carole" . . . tall, slender, attractive 
. . . "Oh brother" . . . shuns con- 
ceited people. 

Clubs: Dramatic 4, Ski Club 4; Glee 
Club — Concert 1, 2. 



MARIE ANTOINETTE LESSARD 

37 Spencer Avenue 
Homemaking Hairdressing School 

"Lefty" . . . flying feet and flashing 
needle . . . bowling . 
Hairdressing Academy 
arising at 6:00 A.M. 
Style Show 4. 



Continental 
dislikes 




ANITA LOUISE LOISELLE 

3 Horton Street 

Secretarial Work 

"Shorty" . . . attractive ... ice 
cream . . . enjoys singing . . . finds 
gossipy people annoying. 
Clubs: Pep Squad 1, Sahico 4; Guidance 
Office Aide 3, 4; Glee Club — Concert 
1, 2. 



RICHARD EARL LONG 

368 Central Street 

Civic Berkely School of Music 

Nice-looking "Dick" . . . humorous 
. . . true friend . . . enjoys playing 
the guitar . . . easy going . . . bothered 
by girls who smoke. 
Club: Radio Club 1; Talent Night 4. 



RICHARD JOSEPH LOVETT 

8 Wilson Street 
Civic Prep School 

"Rick" . . . courteous and well-liked 
. . . likes S.H.S. sports . . . cutt 
smile . . . smooth running cars. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 4. 



IRENE SHARYN LOWE 

405 Lincoln Avenue 
College College 

"Sharyn" . . . dimpled cheeks . . . 
friendly . . . letter writing and dra- 
matics . . . spends summers as a 
camp counselor . . . aims to be a 
speech therapist. 

Clubs: Art 1, Dramatic 3, 4, French 
4, Future Nurses 3, Marshal Squad 
3, 4, Pep Squad 3, National Thespians 
3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; All School 
Play 4; Senior Play. 



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ANTHONY FRANCIS LUCA 

65 Lincoln Avenue 
Civic Prep School 

"Tony" . . . handsome . . . mature 
girls . . . cars . . . water skiing . . . 
avoids women drivers ! 



SAMUEL WATERMAN 
LUDWIG JR. 

36 Mr. Vernon Street 
College College 

Good-looking and well-dressed "Sammy" 
suave manner . . . popular . . . enjoys 
all sports, especially hockey. 
Class President 1. Clubs: Audio Visual 
Aids 3, 4; Vice President, Ski 4; 
Athletics: Football 3, Hockey 4. 



MAUREEN LYNCH 

7 Wormstead Street 
Civic Airline Hostess 

"Mickie" . . . talkative . . . effer- 
vescent . . . hates to repeat things . . . 
likes to play football. 
Clubs: Bowling 2, Dramatic 3, 4, Home- 
makers 2, Ski 3, 4; Glee Club- 
Concert 1, Talent Night 1, 2, Style 
Show 2. 




RICHARD RAY 
MacDONALD III 

13 Knowles Avenue 
College College 

"Macky" . . . collegiate . . . BIG 
and muscular . . . reserved . . . loves 
television. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 
Treasurer; Athletics: Football 1, 2 
Track 4, Volleyball 1, 2. 



4— 
3. 4, 



JAY MacDOUGALL 

6 Fulton Avenue 

Scientific College 

"Jay- Jay" . . . handsome . . . shy, 
but sophisticated . . . blushes easily 
. . . Red hat and suspenders. 
Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 — President 
3, 4, French 3, Golf 3. Ski 4; Athletics: 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3. 



DONNA JEAN MACEDO 

56 Main Street 
General Airline Stewardess 

Attractive "Don" ... all types of 
food . . . talented dancer . . . talka- 
tive . . . avoids fingernail biting. 
Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Ski 4; Glee 
Club — Concert 1, Talent Night 1. 



DOLORES MARIE MacLEOD 
55 Hesper Street 
College College 

"Dee" . . . Scottish interests — bag- 
pipes, budgets, pl*ids . . . bowling 
. . . candy striper ... pet peeve — 
late dates. 
Club: Photography 1; Style Show 1. 



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DIANE ELAINE 
MacNAUGHT 
94 Main Street 



College 



Nursing 



Attractive "Dee" . . . graceful actions 
. . . chocolate mint sundaes . . . 
sunny winter days . . . skiing, ice 
skating, twirling — our captain ... pet 
peeve — rainy days. 

Club: Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Twirler 
3, 4 — Captain; Band Concert 1, 2, 
Guidance Office Aide 3. 



LESLIE MacPHEE 
27 Avon Street 
College College 

"Les" . . . popular . . . the other 
half . . . SPORTS . . . avoids knuckle 
crackers ... a certain success. 
Class Treasurer 2; Clubs: Girls' Club — 
H.R. Rep. 1, Vice-President— 3, Pres- 
ident 4, Marshal Squad 4; Athletics: 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 
Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4— Capt.; D.A.R. 
Delegate, Student Exchange. 



CHARLES RICHARD MAES 

88 Fairmount Avenue 

College College 

Intelligent "Chuck" . . . stamp collect- 
ing and photography . . . loves pizza 
... all sports . . . know-it-alls don't 
rate. 

Clubs: Chess 4, French 3, 4; Band — 
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. 




JOSEPHINE CAROLE 

MAGALETTA 

10 Lewis Lane 

Civic Work 

"Jo" . . . sincere, friendly and cour- 
teous . . . enjoys sewing, reading and 
music . . . driving classes. 
Club: Homemakers 4; Style Show 1, 2, 
3, 4. 



RICHARD MAGHAKIAN 

78 Hesper Street 
College College 

Comical "Richie" . . . sports, especially 
basketball ... a good student . . . 
enjoys parties, girls and food . . . 
avoids girls who smoke . . . "Hang 
me!" 

Club: Bowling 1, 2, 3; Athletics: Bas- 
ketball 1, 2. 



RICHARD MICHAEL MAGNAN 

10 Second Street 
College College 

Sophisticated "Mag" . . . good-looking 

and intelligent . . . Ivy league tastes 
. . . athletic. 

Athletics: Football 3, 4, Hockey 4. 



PRISCILLA MAGARET MAHER 

11 Sweetwater Street 
Secretarial Business School 

"Pookie" . . . petite . . . pretty hair 
styles . . . quiet nature . . . enjoys 
water skiing, swimming, and reading 
. . . loves cheeseburgers . . . dislikes 
conceited people. 

Clubs: Sahico 4, Ski Club 4, Usherettes 
4, Business Staff 4; Athletics: Softball 1. 



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JOSEPH THOMAS MALGERI 

8 Hull Drive 

College College 

Amicable "Joe" . . . sleeping bags, 
pup tents, cool mountain streams . . . 



ROBERT GEORGE MALTAIS 

12 Milton Street 



milk shakes. 
Clubs: Ski 
Track 4. 



Civic 

Affable "Bob" . . 
. . . good dancer . 



Work 

stylized clothes 
casual manner. 



4, Spanish 4; Athletics: 



DONALD EDWARD MARTIN 

74 Water Street 



Civics 



Art School 



Artistically talented "Don" . . . witty 
. . . likes sports in general . . . S.H.S. 
posters . . . decorated lockers . . . beige 
hat . . . instructive. 

Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4— President, Bowling 
1, 2, French 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, 
Golf 3, Ski 4, Tontoquonian Art Staff; 
Student Director of Art Festival 3. 





WAYNE FRANKLIN 
MATHEWS 

140 Essex Street 
Distributive Education Work 

Bashful "Wayne" . . . diligent . . . 
enjoys all sports . . . likes driving, but 
dislikes women drivers. 
Band Concert 1, 2, 3. 



ROBERT EDWARD McGREGOR 

8 Lawndale Avenue 



College 
Nice-looking 
good times . 



College 

'Bob" . . . crew cuts and 
. . athletic . . . Kane's. 



MARGARET VERONICA 

McKENNA 

111 Vine Street 



Civic 

"Margie" . . 
. . . expert in 
dressmaking . . . 
popular music . 
compositions. 
Club: Homemakers 



Bookkeeper 

tennis and basketball 

sewing, particularly 

. enjoys listening to 

. . dislikes writing 



KAREN MARIE McLAUGHLIN 

6 Hillside Avenue 
Secretarial Business School 

"Sugie" . . . cheerful . . . "orzatas" 
. . . frequent basketball game spectator 
. . . tangled coat hangers frustrate her. 
Clubs: Dramatic 2, 3, Pep Squad 3, 
Sahico 4, Ski 4. 



Style Show 4. 



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RUSSELL HERMAN MENKO 

31 Johnson Street 

College College 

"Russ" . . . MATHEMATICS . . . 
friendly and cheerful . . . "The 'lahg' 
is ...".. . "I'm on advance!!" . . . 
N.Y. accent. 



ALAN WAYNE MERRITT 

263 Walnut Street 

College College 

Popular "Alan" . . . SHS football fan 
. . . participates in hockey . . . pa- 
tiently builds model cars . . . abhors 
bigots . . . plans to enter college. 
Class Board of Directors 4. Clubs: Audio 
Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, Ski 
Club 4 — Treasurer 4; Athletics: Track 
1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country l, 2. 



LINDA ROSE MILANO 

22 Laurine Rd. 

College Jr. College 

Popular "Bims" . . . sport cars and 
cotton candy . . . SHS hockey games 
. . . club pictures? . . . loves skiing 
and ski shops . . . "Why?" . . . often 
found at Howdy's. 

Clubs: Dramatic 2, 3, French 3, 4, Pep 
2, 3, Ski 3, 4. 




STANLEY LEO MINASIAN 
13 Milano Dr. 


JUDITH ANN MITCHELL 
54 Harrison Avenue 


Civic Work 


College Business School 


"Stan" . . . jovial . . . life of the 
party . . . fast cars . . . girls . . . 
"take a break." 


Sincere "Judy" . . . love for animals 
. . . likes all sports . . . Chinese food 
. . . dislikes hard butter. 



JOHN CALVIN MOBERG JR. 
106 Walnut Street 
Civics Trade School 

"John" . . . golf and skating . . . 
interested in mechanics and cars . . . 
peeved by girls who smoke. 
Club: Golf 3, 4; Athletics: Football 4. 



ROBERT ARTHUR MOHLIN 

27 Eustis Street 
Scientific College 

Popular Bob . . . skiing and golf . . . 
known for his funny quips . . . hopes 
to own a sports car soon. 
Club: Ski 4; Athletics: Hockey 2, 3; 
Track 2. 



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MARY ELIZABETH MOLLOY 

40 Lynnfells Pkwy. 



Civic 

"Punky" . . . tiny 
great personality . . . 
. . . success ahead. 
Clubs: Dramatic 2, 
letter. Basketball 2, 



Undecided 

. . . athletic . . . 
excellent seamstress 



ROBERT PAUL MONICO 

5 Atlas Avenue 

Distributive Education Work 

"Bob" . . . known to most everyone 
as "Frappe" ... a friend to all . . . 
good sense of humor . . . likeable. 



French 1, 2 
Softball 1, 



Hockey 2; Style Show 1, 3, 4. 



Ath- 
Field 



STEVEN CARL MORRISON 

22 Johnston Terrace 
Distributive Education Air Force 

"Steve" . . . co-operative . . . earnest 
. . . enjoys horseback riding and pool 
. . . annoyed by slow drivers in the 
shopping center. 

Club: DECA; Athletics: Basketball 1, 
Homeroom 1, 2, Football 1, 2. 




LINDA FLORENCE MOSHER 

48 Vine Street 
Secretarial College 

"Linda" . . . industrious and lively 
. . . enjoys beach parties, folk music, 
and playing her guitar . . . pet-peeve — 
long fingernails. 

Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, National Honor 
Society 3, 4 — Secretary 4, Sahico 4; 
Glee Club — Concert 1, 2, Style Show 
1, 2. 



LINDA ROSE MULLEN 
16 Putnam Street 
College Art School 

| 'Linda" . . . very artistic . . . musically 
inclined . . . sense of humor . . . 
subtleties . . . irritated by power lawn 
mowers on Sunday morning. 
Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 1, 2, 3, 4, 
French 3. 4; Tontoquonian, Art Staff 4, 
Glee Club — Concert 2, 3. 



LINDA MAY MULLETT 

17 Hampstead Avenue 
Secretarial Secretarial School 

"Lynne" . . . cheerful and sincere 
. . . collects records . . . plans to be 
a real estate agent or a secretary . . . 
avoids conceited V. I. P.'s. 
Club: Sahico 4. 



DENNIS MICHAEL MURPHY 
2 Adams Avenue 

"Log" . . . good looking . . . 
abundance of freckles . . . powerful with 
a hockey stick . . . "Ho-Jo". 
Athletics: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 



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EUGENE ARTHUR MUSTONE 
JR. 

21 Oaklandvale Avenue 



College 



Junior College 



"Gino" . . . cars and more cars, but 
oh those over flowing car ashtrays 
. . . always a smile and a joke . . . 
lots of clothes . . . our unforgettable 
Color Day Rocket . . . "Hey, Hey, 
Hey. Hey." 



ANNE MARIE MYERS 

132 Howard Street 

College College 

"Gerrie" . . . quiet and sincere . . . 
likes most everything . . . athletic . . . 
Softball . . . dislikes know-it-alls. 
Athletics: Field Hockey 2, 3. 



WILLIAM FREDERICK NEEB 
JR. 

8 Cottage Street 
Scientific College 


"Willie" . . . reserved . . . 
. . . S.H.S. Arnold Palmer 
quents the beach. 
Club: Bowling 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, 3 


handsome 
. . . fre- 

Athletics: 




EDWARD FREDERICK 

NEWBURY JR. 

65 Fairmount Avenue 



Civic 

"E. J." . . 
morning hunts 
. . . pet peeve- 



Army 

puptents . . . early 
. . travel . . . T. V. 
-busy intersections. 



HELEN ANN NEWHALL 

7 Burnham Avenue 

Civic Work 

Quiet and sincere "Helen" . . . enjoys 

reading and sewing . . . photography 

. . . "The Beatles" . . . Martin's 

Candy Outlet . . . Monday Morning 

Blues. 

Glee Club Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior 

Play. 



MARGARET LESLIE 

NICHOLSON 

54 Linden Road 

(Peabody) 



Civic 



Business School 



"Nick" . . . bar "exercises, new toe 
shoes, dance routines . . . horseback 
riding . . . French fries . . . pet 
peeve — late dates. 

Club: National Thespians 4; All School 
Play 4, Senior Play, Donkey Basketball, 
Library Aides 1, 4, Office Aide 1. 



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GAY NICKOLE 

14 Holden Avenue 
College College 

"Gay" . . . ready dry wit . . . avid 
reader . . . enjoys finding the im- 
possible . . . toy cat named Mehebital 
. . . future English major. 
Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4, Book 2. French 
3. 4, Future Teachers 3, 4 — Pres. 4, 
Foreign Affairs 4, Tontoquonian Art 
Staff 4. 



JAMES FRANCIS NICOLO JR. 

9 Winston Street 
Civic Art School 

"Jim" . . . modest, although a talented 
artist . . . sharp dresser . . . pigskin 
fan . . . likes to play baseball and 
bowl . . . abhors dirty cars ! ! ! 
Clubs: Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2; 
Athletics: Baseball 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 
3, Volleyball 2. 



MARILYN ANN NILES 
77 Cleveland Avenue 

College Airline Stewardess 

"Lynne" . . . horseback riding . . . 
slings and casts . . . tennis . . . Ro- 
land's . . . chic wardrobe . . . candy 
striper. 

Clubs: Art 4, Bowling 4, Dramatic 
3, 4, French 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Ski 
3, 4, Style Show 3, 4. 




RITA FLORENCE NOCE 

58 Adams Avenue 
Distributive Education 

Hairdressing 

Garrulous "Rita" . . . water sports . . . 
enjoys a good dance . . . Italian Food 
. . . pet peeve — details. 
Clubs: D.E.C.A. 4— Treasurer, Pep 
Squad 4, Ski 4; Glee Club Concert 1, 
2, Style Show 1. 



STEPHANIE ANN NOCE 

58 Adams Avenue 

Civic Clothing Designer 

"Stephanie" . . . talkative . . . horse- 
back riding . . . designs and sews 
. . . irritated by boys wearing sneakers 
and rolled up pants. 

Clubs: Homemakers 1, 4, Ski 4; Glee 
Club Concert 1, Style Show 1, 2. 3, 4. 



PAMELA NOEL 
6 Trull Circle 



GERALD BARRY NURENBURG 
6 Crescent Terrace 



College 

Popular "Pam" . . . tonsilitis . . 
"You're gonna get bald. Miss Noel 
. . . terrific dancer . . 
especially "cross country! 
Basketball Cheerleader. 
Class Treasurer 1; Clubs 
2 



Pediatrics College 



College 



likes sports 
• • • peppy 

Art 3, 



Dra- 
matic 2, 3. 4, French 4, Pep 
Squad 3, Ski 4, Student Council 
1, 2. 3, 4, Usherettes 4, National 
Thespians 4; Athletics: Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Basketball Cheerleader 3, 4; One 
Act Play 2, Senior Play. 



"Jerry" . . . rifle marksman . . . 
Alfred Landon(.'l) . . . iriterested in 
radios . . . sports enthusiast . . . 
doesn't enjoy filling out personal ques- 
tionnaires . . . English Class Jokes. 
Club: Spanish 3. 



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RUSSELL DENNIS O'CONNOR 

41 Westford Street 
Scientific College 

"Russ" . . . intelligent . . . quick 

to blush . . . annoyed by left-handed 
pool players ! . . . circuit. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling 

3, 4 — Vice President, Ski 4. 



SHARON FRANCES 
O'CONNOR 

448 Central Street 
College Nursing 

"Shari" . . . giggles . . . secret notes 
and Peppermint gum . . . loves red- 
heads . . . disgruntled by late people. 
Clubs: Future Nurses 3, 4, Pep Squad 
3. 4, Glee Club— Concert 1, 2, 3, 
Senior Play. 



RICHARD ALLEN ONEIL 

121 Hesper Street 

College College 

"Richie" ... a smile for everyone 
. . . hobbies are coin and stamp col- 
lecting . . . enjoys sports and music 
. . . Richie has an unusual pet peeve — 
people who don't knock before entering 
rooms ! 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4— President. Athletics: 
Baseball 3, Volleyball 2. 




DAVID PETER ORIFICE 

7 Bristow Street 
Civic Work 

"Fiji" . . . valuable football and base- 
ball player . . . sports, sports, sports 
. . . avoids girls. 

Athletics: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT DAWSON 

OSBORNE JR. 

100 Winter St. 

College College 

"Robert" ... all out for sports — 
baseball and hockey in particular . . . 
bowling . . . coin collecting . . . pizza. 
Club: Bowling 1, 2; Homeroom Basket- 
ball 1. 2. 



DONALD CLYDE OSGOOD 

11 Hargraves Court 
College College 

Good-looking "OZ" . . . well-man- 
nered . . . neatly dressed . . . weekends 
in New Hampshire . . . great baseball 
player . . . women drivers make him 
nervous. 

Club: Bowling 1- Athletics: Baseball 
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. H.R. 1, Football 
1, Volleyball 2, Track 2, 4. 



CYNTHIA ANN PARISEAU 

30 Spencer Avenue 

Secretarial Undecided 

"Lights" . . . ivory complexion . . . 
perfect lady . . . cinema fan . . . im- 
peccable taste . . avoids lazy people. 
Clubs: Dramatic 3, Pep Squad 3, Sahico 
4 — Treasurer 4, Usherettes 4 — Second 
Lieutenant 4; Tontoquonian Business 
Staff 4; Girls" Club H.R. Represent- 
ative 1, 2, 3. 



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DAVID THOMAS PARKS 

12 Maple Street 

Distributive Education 

Business School 

"Dave" . . . casual . . . cooperative 
. . . hobbies include golf and fishing 
. . . good . . . objects to domineering 
people. 

Club: DECA 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES HAROLD PATCH 

75 Summer Street 
College College 

Indispensable "Mr. Defense" . . . in- 
telligence and unimposing confidence 
combined . . . quiet, subtle humor . . . 
a certain success. 

Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Student 
Council 4 — President. Athletics: Base- 
ball 1, 2. 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Hockey 
2, 3, 4 — Co-Captain. 



ROBERT ALAN PELUSI 

40 Forest Street 

Civic Prep School 

"Bobby" . . . fried clams . . . bowling 
and football . . . parties . . . women 
drivers bother him. 

Clubs: Bowling 4, Ski 4; Athletics: 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 




JOANNE MARY PENNEY 

117 Howard Street 

College College 

Vivacious "Joanne" . . . infectious 
laugh . . . "toujours belle" . . . literary 
. . . poetic. 

Clubs: Arts 4, Dramatic 2, 3. 4, French 
4, Pep Squad 3. Ski 4 — Secretary, Usher- 
ettes 4; Athletics: Basketball 2. 



ARTHUR ELLSWORTH 

PERHAM JR. 

482 Central Street 

Industrial Arts Service 

"Jay" . . amicable . . . fine 

collection of records . . . relishes eating 
and sleeping . . . dislikes late people. 



MARILYN LOUISE PERRY 

49 Birch Street 

Civic Secretary 

"Ginger" . . . "You'll get over it!" 

. . . bowling, swimming, dancing . . . 

clothes . . . avoids conceited people. 

Club: Bowling 1; Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Style 
Show 1, 2, 3. 



KARLEEN LOUISE 

PHEULPIN 

10 Pearson Street 

College College 

"Karlie" . . . easy to please . . . smiles 
frequently . . . boating, reading, and 
bowling rate . . . aggravated by those 
who misspell her name. 
Clubs: Book 2, French 3, 4, Home- 
making 4. 



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LAWRENCE IRVING PHIPPS 

9 Richard Street 

Civic Navy 

"Larry" . . . reserved . . . stamp 
collecting, skin diving and white mice 
. . . American Folk Dancer . . . dreams 
of trip to Yugoslavia . . . bothered by 
crowded corridors. 
Athletics: Track 4. 



STEPHEN ROY PIERCE 

40 Bennet Avenue 
Scientific College 

Friendly "Steve" . . . winter sports — 
snowball fights . . . road-racing . . . 
G.E.M. . . . cheeseburgers with lots 
of ketchup . . . aggravated by mean- 
ingless remarks. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2. Ski 4, Student 
Council 1. 



DAVID ANTHONY PIGNATO 

58 Winter Street 

"Dave" . . . dry humor . . . savoir 
faire . . . ambitious . . . folk music 
... pet peeve — tight shoes and baggy 
pants. 

Clubs: French 3, 4, Marshal 4, National 
Honor Society 3, 4 — Vice-Pres. 4, Pho- 
tography 4. 




VIRGINIA BEVERLY PINTO 

52 Atlantic Avenue 
Distributive Education Undecided 

"Ginnie" . . . garrulous . . . warm 
smile . . . activities . . . enjoys sewing 
and doodling . . . Christmas Trees 
. . . Pet Peeve — prejudiced people. 
Clubs: DECA 3, 4 — Historian 4; Style 
Show 3. 



GAIL ELAINE PIPER 

7 Fairchild Avenue 



JOYCE CECILE POWICKI 

11 Ballard Street 



College 

"Gail" . . . popular . . . thoughtful 
and friendly . . . industrious . . . 
beautiful strawberry blonde hair and a 
fashionable wardrobe. 
Class Board of Directors 1, 3. Clubs: 
Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Pres. — 4, Vice- 
Pres.— 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. — 3, Treas. — 4, Usherettes 4; 
Girls' Club Treasurer 1, Band — Concert 
1, 2. 3, 4,- Talent Night 4, Brother- 
hood Representative 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 — 
Secretary 4, Office Aide 2. 



Nursing College 



College 

"Joyce" . . . classic features with 
avant garde tastes . . . enjoys reading 



and dancing 
Clubs: Bowling 



dislikes busy bodies. 
Ski 4. 



ROBY SCOTT PRENTISS 

38 Evergreen Street 
Industrial Arts School 

Goodlooking "Rob" . . . smart-stepping 
drum major . . . athletic interests . . . 
designs home and boats in spare time 
. . . enjoys sleeping late. 



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LAURIE ANNE PRESSEY 
83 Chestnut Street 



Civic 



Undecided 



"Laurie" . . . swimming and skating 
. . . Sanborn's . . . simple, but at- 
tractive hair styles . . . irked by tardy 
people. 

Clubs: Pep Squad 2; Glee Club Concert 
1, 2, Style Show 1, 2, 3. 



DANIEL ROGER PREZIOSO 

46 Serino Way 
General Marines 

"Danny" . . . greetings, little quips, 
and a big grin . . . football . . . pizza 
. . . girls . . . dislikes unloyal students. 
Club: Ski 4; Athletics: Football 1, 2, 
3, 4, Volleyball 2. 



ALICE MAY RAZUMNY 

10 Baker Street 

College Nursing 

"Raz" . . . quick and clever . . . 
meticuLous . . . sketches . . . sews 
. . . A's, A's, and more A's . . . 
hates cold onion rings. 
Clubs: Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, National 
Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, Na- 
tional Thespians 4; Library Aid 3, 4. 




NANCY DOROTHY REGAN 

25 Greystone Road 

College College 

Happy-go-lucky "Nanc" . . . loves ski- 
ing . . . hockey games, Hojo's and 
Elm Farm . . . knuckle crackers — keep 
away ! . . . a knack for writing . . . 
vanilla ice cream. 

Class Treasurer 3, Board of Directors 
1, 2. Clubs: Dramatic 2, Ski 4; Ton- 
toquonian Biography Staff; Athletics: 
Basketball 2. 



MARILYN ANN RIAL 

79 Vine Street 

College College 

"Marilyn" . . . long, long honey 
brown hair . . . posters . . . club meet- 
ings . . . leotard and tights . . . helped 
to make Color Day a success. 
Clubs: Art 3, 4, Dramatic 3, French 
3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4. 



ALTON NORMAN RICE 

9 Vermont Avenue 
College College 

"Al" . . . sophistication . . . neat 
dress . . . spectator sports . . . class 
notes, study halls and crowded corridors. 



JEFFREY DAVID RICH 

15 Hayden Road 

College College 

"Jeff" . . . sociable . . . sincere cour- 
teous . . . band man . . . cars, girls 
and Friendly's are tops . . . dislikes 
Monday mornings. 

Clubs: Golf 3; Spanish 3; Band — Concert 
1. 2, 3, 4. 



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JOHN EDWARD RILEY JR. 

34 Riverbank Road 
College College 

"Rile" . . . intellectual wit . . . 
"Tiger behind the wheel" . . . weird 
excursions . . . tennis and sports . . . 
the man at Elm Farm. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Chess 
2, 3, Dramatic 4 — President, Latin 3, 4 
— Treasurer, Ski 4, National Thespians 
4; Athletics: Basketball 1, Track 3, 4, 
Volleyball 2, 3; All School Play, Senior 
Play. 



LINDA FRANCES RIPLEY 

38 Springdale Ave. 

General IBM School 

Petite "Linda" . . . sports fan . . . 
bowling . . . skiing and swimming . . . 
avoids snobbish people. 
Clubs: Pep Squad 4; Ski 4. 



KENNETH WILLIAM 

ROBERTSON JR. 

1 1 Tuttle Street 

College College 

Lively "Ken" . . . sociable, talka- 
tive, good natured . . . HOCKEY . . . 
ice cream and late movies. 



Clubs: Bowling 
3, 4; Athletics: 
Track 3, 4. 



, 3, Golf 4, Marshal 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, 




GERALDINE ANN ROBLESKI 

80 Winter Street 

Secretarial Business School 

"Gerri" . . . tall and striking . . . 
enjoys a good joke . . . true friend 
. . . tennis rates. 

Clubs: Bowling 2, Dramatic 2, French 
2, Homemakers 1, Sahico 4, Ski 4; 
Tontoquonian Business Staff, Talent 
Night 4, Style Show 1, 3. 



PAUL MICHAEL ROGERS 

20 Fairmount Avenue 

College College 

Friendly "Paul" . . . crew-cut and 
loafers . . . classy sweaters . . . rinking 
. . . easy going. 



LINDA MAY ROONEY 

16 Johnson Road 

Civic Nursing School 

"Linda" ... a yen for traveling . . . 

Italian food . . . swimming . . . sews 

her own clothes . . . avoids domineering 

boys. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Homemakers 4, 

Future Nurses 1, Ski 3; Style Show 

1, 2, 3, 4; Athletics: Basketball 1. 



CARMEL ANN SAULNIER 

133 Broadway 

Secretarial Jr. College 

"Carmel" . . . water or snow skier 
. . . raises poodles . . . pet peeve — 
elderly people driving '56 Fords . . 
the stars hold a junior college educa 
tion. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 1, 2, 
3, Homemakers 1, Sahico 4, Spanish 
3 — Vice President 3; Tontoquonian Ac 
tivities Staff 4, Talent Night 4, Style 
Show 1, 2; Athletics: Field Hockey 1 



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JOAN CARTER SCHAFFNER 

36 Morton Avenue 
College College 

"Joan" . . . trim . . . attractively 
dressed . . . Shakespeare . . . horses 
and music capture her eye . . . insincerity 
is taboo ! 

Clubs: Dramatic 2, 3, 4 — Secretary 3, 
Future Teachers 3, 4, Latin 4, Pep 
Squad 3, National Thespians 3, 4 — 
Cor. Secretary; Glee Club — Northeast 
District Concert — Concert 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Night 2, 4, Senior Play. 



GAIL DIANE SCOTT 

34 Stone Street 
Secretarial College 

Attractive "Gail" . . . beautiful blonde 
hair . . . dog lover . . . "granitinas" 
. . . people smoking cherry tobacco 
really irritate her. 

Clubs: Dramatic 2. 3, Pep Squad 2, 3. 
Sahico 4, Ski Club 4; Tontoquonian 
Business Staff 4, Talent Night 2. 



JEFFREY ALAN SHAW 

4 Pamela Road 
College Law 

Sincere and friendly "Jeff" . . . our 

Junior Prom King ... a good student 

. . . in his spare time finds hockey 

satisfying. 

Clubs: Spanish 4, Treasurer 4; Career 

Conference Committee. 




DONALD ROBERT SHELL 

2 Pranker Road 
Civic Undecided 

"Don" . . . well-liked . . . ready for 
fun . . . avid sportster . . . hockey, 
hockey, hockey. 

Athletics: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2. 
Hockey 2, 3. 4. Volleyball 2. 



DANIEL WALTER SHIPULSKI 

45 Denver Street 
Civic Prep School 



"Golden Toe Shipulski" . 
and shells . . . SPORTS . 
. . . "You'll get over it! !" 
Athletics: Football 1, 2, 3, 



. shotgun 
enjoyable 



MEREDITH SIM 

32 Sunnyside Avenue 

College Art School 

"Mem" . . . pleasant, creative, artistic 
. . . swimming . . . avoids dictators 
. . . dislikes steak. 

Clubs: Art 2, 3, 4 — Secretary, Marshal 
Squad 4 — Lieutenant, Pep Squad 3, 4 — 
Captain; Tontoquonian Art Staff 4. 



SUSAN JOANNE SLUSKONIS 

68 Hobson Street 

Secretarial Secretarial School 

"Shorty" . . . silent movies . . . 
Egyptology??!! . . . water skiing and 
swimming . . . loves conversation early 
in the morning. 
Clubs: Dramatic 1, Sahico 4. 



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HARRY PAUL SMALLMAN 

226 Hesper Street 

College Service 

Nice-looking "Harry" . . . stamp and 
coin collector . . . sports 
avoids domineering girls. 
Athletics: Football 1. 



MARTHA LEIGH SMITH 
1 Vermont Avenue 



RUSSELL STEPHEN SMITH 

88 Chestnut Street 



stamp 
fan 



College Occupational Therapy 


College Undecided 


"Marty" . . . gentle manner . . . 
laughs easily . . hobbies include 
sewing, music, 4-H, ceramics . . . en- 
joys friendly people. 


Tall, good-looking "Rus" . . . power- 
ful command of vocabulary ... a vital 
member of our basketball squad . . . 
Kane's. 


Clubs: National Thespians 4, French 


Athletics: Basketball 3, 4. 



4. Marshal Squad 4; Band — Concert 1, 
All School Play 4, Senior Play. 




SUSAN MERLE SMITH 

22 Palmer Avenue 

College College 

Level-headed "Sue" . . . frank •. . . 
deserted beaches . . . individual tastes 
. . . "wip ! wip! wip!" . . . squid 
pies . . . "Oldies but goodies." 
Clubs: Dramatic 1, 2, Student Council 
1, 2. 3; Talent Night 2, All School Play 
2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Athletics: Basketball 
I, 2, Hockey 1. 



JUDITH ANN SPROUL 
6 Walcott Terrace 



Secretarial 



Secretary 

water and snow 
. peeved by con- 



"Judi" . . . Skiing 

. . . aquatic sports . 

ceited people. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, Homemakers 1, 2, 

Pep Squad 1, 2, Sahico, Ski Club 1; 

Talent Night 1; Glee Club— Concert 2. 



DONNA LEE STANTON 

8 Fabens Street 

Secretarial Secretary 

Sweet "Donna" . . . friendly . . . 
attractive . . . wonderful sewing ability 
. . . enjoys painting and reading. 
Clubs: Sahico 4. Student Council 4; 
Athletics: Field Hockey 1. 



DONNA RUTH STEWART 

74 Vine Street 

Secretarial Work 

"Donna" . . . attractive long hair . . . 
at home in the water or on horseback 
. . . relaxes by listening to records. 
Clubs: Homemakers 1, Sahico 4. 



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GEORGE LAWRENCE 

SULLIVAN 

473 Central Street 

Industrial Arts Prep School 

"Sully" . . . friendly smile . . . 
cartoon sketches . . . mechanical 
ability . . . skates and bowls. 
Clubs: Audio Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowl- 
ing 1, 2, Radio 1, 2, Photography 1, 
Ski 4; Athletics: football 1, volleyball 
1, Band — vice-president 4, Concert 1, 2, 
3, 4. 



JEAN MARIE SURETTE 

8 Birch Street 

Civic Work 

"Sammie" . . . pleasant chatter . . . 
shoulder bags . . . swinging clothes 
. . . cooking . . . dislikes SNOBS ! 
Clubs: Homemakers 1, Pep Squad 2. 



SUSAN ELIZABETH SWETT 

77 Elm Street 

Civic I.B.M. School 

Little "Sue" . . . enjoys sewing, ski- 
ing, skating, swimming — Very active ! ! ! 
. . . sweatshirts and shorts . . . sea 
food. 

Clubs: Ski 4; Style Show 1, 2. Athletics: 
Hockey 4. 







SANDRA MAY SYLVIA 

5 Dighton Street 

Civic Business School 

Peppy "Sandy" . . . athletic . . . 
considerate of others . . . S.H.S. Band 
. . . "Come on, Saugus!" . . . enjoys 
sewing . . . dislikes knuckle-cracking. 
Clubs: French 3, 4, Homemaking A — 
President, Marshal Squad 4, Usherettes 
4; Athletics: Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 
—3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 
3, 4; Band Concert 1, 2, 3, Style 
Show 1, 2, 4. 



GERARD TERPSTRA 
14 Burrill Street 


STARR DOROTHY THOMAS 
10 Lark Avenue 


Civic Work 


Business Hairdresser 


"Noke" . . . impish . . . friendly 
smile . . . motorcycles . . . sodas. 


"Bart" . . . long phone calls . . . 
pizza . . . boys . . . bothered by 



conceited people . . . typical teen. 
Clubs: Homemakers 2, Pep Squad 2, 
Sahico 4. 



RUTH MAE THOMPSON 

27 Crescent Avenue 

Secretarial Business School 

"Ruthie" ... an exceptionally good 
bowler . . . intelligent . . . good 
natured . . . avid S.H.S. football and 
basketball fan. 

Clubs: Bowling 3, 4. Sahico 4, Athletics: 
Basketball 4; Style Show 1, 2. 



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RONALD WAYNE TIBBETS 

7 Columbus Avenue 



GERALDINE ETHEL TILLEY 

41 Elm Street 



College 



College College 



College 



"Tibby" . . . comedian . . . well- 
liked . . . plans to be a lawyer . . . 
sleeps late Sunday mornings. 
Board of Directors 3. Clubs: Audio 
Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, 
Chess 1. 2, 3, 4— Vice Pres. 3— Treas. 
2, Ski 4, Spanish 3, 4. Athletics: 
Basketball 1— Home Room 1, 2, Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2— 
Captain 1. 



"Til" . . . Mile La President . . . 
easy going personality . . . five New 
York Times?? ! ! . . . our costume co- 
ordinator for Color Day. 
Clubs: French 3, 4 — Pres. 4 — Treas. 3, 
Homemakers 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4 — 
Captain 4, Ski Club 4. Athletics: Bas- 
ketball 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball Cheerleader 3, 4, Style Show 
3, 4. 



JAMES EDWARD TOOMEY, 
JR. 

169 Essex Street 
College College 

Witty "Jim" . . . neat dresser . . . 
numismatist . . . rah rah SHS football ! 
. . . talented dancer. 

Clubs: Bowling 2, 4, Ski 4; Athletics: 
Track 2, 4. 




CARL ANTHONY 
TORTOLANO 

79 Auburn Street 
College College 

Sincere "Carl" . . . diligent . . . 
courteous . . . sports . . . S.H.S. 
activities. 



ROBERT ALBERT TRAHAN 

34 Evergreen Street 

Cheerful "Bob" . . . crew cuts, and 
sweaters . . . twinkly eyes and impish 
grin . . . likes most sports. 



ALAN PETER TSAKERES 

261 Walnut St. 

General School 

"Alan" . . . witty and lively . . . 
jazz and cars . . . food and girls are 
high on his list . . . our Color Day 
Witch ! ! . . . topped with a suede 
hat. 



MARY JANE ULBAN 
31 Guild Road 
Secretarial Business School 

"Mary Jane" . . . popular . . . good 
dancer . . . white Chevy . . . "How- 
ie's" . . . "Funny thing about that, 
huh?!" 

Clubs: Dramatic 2, 3, Pep Squad 3, 
Sahico 4, Ski 4. 



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SUZANNE VALASUNAS 

13 Laurine Road 

College College 

Outgoing "Sue" . . . popular . . . 
talented actress . . . stylish clothes 
and hairdos . . . conscientious student 
. . . house parties. 

Class Board of Directors 4. Clubs: Dra- 
matic 2, 3, 4, Debating Society Seer. 3, 
Pep Squad 3, Ski 4, Usherettes 4, 
National Thespians 4; Athletics: Basket- 
ball Cheerleader 3, 4, All School Play 
2, One Act Play 2, 3, Senior Play. 



GERARD GEORGE VENUTI 

44 Forest Street 
Business Business 

"GG" . . . monogrammed sweaters 
. . . fn'endly smile . . . quick sketches 
and caricatures . . . fast cars . . . shuns 
tardy people. 



CHARLOTTE JEANETTE 
VIGNEAUX 
30 Stone Street 
Business Modeling School 

Attractive "Charlie" . . . cusiniere 
. . . knack for sewing . . . thoughtful 
. . . always willing to help ... pet 
peeve — girls who smoke. 
Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Debate Club 3 — 
President 4, Dramatic 3, 4, Homemak- 
ers 1, 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, Usherettes 4, 
National Thespians 4; Athletics: Field 
Hockey 1, 2, Basketball Cheerleader 
3, 4. Style Show 3, Senior Play. 




ZOE ESTELLE VREES 
42 Walnut Street 



MARY JEANETTE WALLING 
56 Pearson Street 



College 



College Business 



Work 



Friendly and well-dressed "Zoey" . . . 
horseback riding and tennis are tops 
. . . talent for sewing . . . ec-k, that 
squeak of chalk ! . . . successful future 
ahead. 

Clubs: Dramatic 3; Tontoquonian Bi- 
ography Staff 4, Girls' Club Home 
Room Representative 3. 



Sincere "Jeanie" . . . gentle manner 
. . . unbelievably long eyelashes . . . 
tennis and water skiing . . . knuckle 
crackers beware ! 

Clubs: Dramatic 2, Future Nurses 1, 
Sahico 4 — Vice President, Usherettes 4 
— Captain; Tontoquonian Business Staff 
4, Queen of the Junior Prom, Guidance 
Office Aide 4, Girls Club Home Room 
Representative 2. 



GEORGE LEWIS WILLCOX 

19 Forest Street 
College College 

"Georgie-Pordgie" . . . Impish . . . 

husky voice . . . football . . . fast 

cars. 

Clubs: Bowling 3, 4, Chess 3, 4, Golf 

3. Photography 3, 4, Radio 3, 4, 

Ski 4, Stamp 2, 3; Athletics: Baseball 

1, Football 1, 2, 4, Hockey 1, Track 

2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROGER ALDEN WILSON 

11 Spring Lane 
College College 

"Roger" . . . boats . . . fishing . . . 
reserved, but amicable . . . diligent 
. . . good impersonation of "Curly" 
. . . enjoys watching football and 
hockey games. 
Club: Bowling 1. 



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ADELAIDE MARCELLA 

WOJEWODKA 

20 Bristow Street 

Business Work 

"Adele" . . . garrulous . . . outgoing 
. . . likes spectator sports and riding 
in convertibles . . . pet peeve — 
tardy people. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, Dramatic 4, Home- 
makers 4, Sahico 4; Talent Night 1. 



RONALD AUGUST ALOISI 

356 Lynn Fells Plcwy. 

College Engineering College 

"Walking Radio" . . . intense and 
earnest . . . weight lifting, outdoor 
sports . . . transistors and a bouncy 
gait . . . Elvis Presley fan. 
Athletics: Track 2. 



RICHARD LAWRENCE 
GALLAGHER 
107 Essex Street 



Civic 

"Dick" . . . always 
a joke . . . loquacious . 
. . . dislikes snobs. 



Work 

ready with 
. . sociable 




HENRY LOUIS MACCARO 
24 Houston Avenue 
Industrial Arts Undecided 

Congenial "Hen" . . . happy-go-lucky 
. . . bats, baseballs, and gloves . . . 
groceries. 



KRIS STEVEN SPRAGUE 

88 Hesper Street 

Civic School 

"Kris" . . . reserved . . . sincere 
. . . golf clubs, greens, drives and 
the eighteenth hole . . . blue Mondays. 



DAVID EARLE WOOD 

17 Bverlea Avenue 

Cheerful "Dave" . . . "Helios" and 
a bouncy gait . . . enjoys working on 
cars and most sports. 



HARRY ARNOLD WOODLAND 

9 Cottage Street 

Civic Work 

"Butch" . . . sincere interest in the 
welfare of others . . . collects coins 
and stamps . . . weakness for cars 
and girls. 



JAMES EDWARD BRIERLY 
14 Curwen Road 
(Peabody) 
Distributive Education 

Art School 
"Jim" . . . flair for art . . . 
distinctive style . . . tasteful clothes 
. . . enjoys playing pool. 



RICHARD WAYNE 
HEIDEBRECHT 
63 Hurd Avenue 
College College 

"Dick" . . . courteous and extremely 
helpful . . . enjoys skiing ... a true 
Mathematician. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, Euclidians 4, Ski 
Club 4. 



BRUCE FRANCIS MALONEY 

10 Hull Drive 

Industrial Arts Undecided 

"Bruce" . . . polite and helpful . . . 
parties and dances ... art room 
discussions. 



WARREN STANLEY 

CHAFFEE 

11 Brookfi eld. Lane 

Civic Service 

Handsome "Warren" . . . suave and 
sophisticated . . . changeable . . . 
enjoys girls — except those who smoke 
. . . "Why don't you Tumble Inn 
and see me sometime?" 



STEPHEN RUSSELL HOLMES 
10 Whittier Avenue 



Mechanical Arts 



Service 



"Steve" . . . enjoys fixing cars and 
building car models . . . likes all 
kinds of food except egg salad sand- 
wiches — Ugh ! ! 



MICHAEL JOHN McLAUGHLIN 

14 Floyd Street 

General Work 

Polite "Mike" 
ing enthusiast 



hunting and fish- 
, cars . . . water 
skiing and boats . . . annoyed at see- 
ing tall people in tiny cars. 



LEONARD MICHAEL 

TAMASI 

10 Gilway Road 

Civic Undecided 

'Lennie" . . . likeable . . . quick 
. enjoys all sports 
sharp dresser. 



to see a joke 
and also cars 



STUART HARVEY 
TULCHINSKY 

596 Lincoln Avenue 
Civic 

Amicable "Stu" . . . true friend 
. . . Blue Triumph and Fords . . . 
submarines. 



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ROBERT GRANGER 
WOODWARD 

115 Adams Avenue 
College College 

"Bob" . . . baseball scores, extra 
math problems, and Math League meets 
. . . undying faith in the future success 
of the Red Sox. 

Clubs: French 2, 3, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, Mathematics League 3, 4; 
Band— Concert 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM RUSSELL CROWELL 

64 Vine Street 

Civics Civil Engineering 

Sociable "Bill" . . . keen sense of humor 
. . . easygoing . . . cars . . . hunt- 
ing . . . annoyed by conceited people. 



JOHN PAUL HUGHES 

29 Sunnyside Park 

College College 

"Hughsie" . . . witty . . . intellectual 
. . . current events expert . . . truly 
brilliant. 



WILLIAM AUSTIN NEWHALL 

Burnham Avenue 
Civic Undecided 

"Bill" . . . Levis and sports shirts 
. . . original and artistic . . . Color 
Day shoe . . . Cape Cod summers 
. . . fine arts. 



SUSAN LEE YALE 

2 Orchid Avenue 

College College 

"Sue" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . 
intelligent . . . athletic . . . chocolate 
chip ice cream . . . loafers rate, but 
"Voodoo Boots" — ugh! 
Clubs: Book 2, Ski 4, Spanish 3, 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; Girl's Club 
Cabinet 3, Guidance Office Aide 1, 
2, 3, 4; Athletics: Field Hockey 1, 2. 



KATHLEEN THERESA DEVER 
11 Lewis Lane 

"Chickie" . . . cute little giggle . . . 
amicable . . . winter sports . . . skiing, 
ice skating . . . plans to be a hairdresser. 
Club: Homemakers 4. 



DONALD NORMAND JETTE 
17 Pranker Road 
General East Coast 

Aero Tech. 

"Jet" . . . "hi, there" from Keene, 
New Hampshire . . . cars, cars, and 
working on cars ( ! !) . . . sports 
. . . doesn't care for "conceited people. 
Athletics, Keene High School: Football 

1, 2, Track 3. 

LAURA NOWOSIELSKI 

26 Donna Road 

College College 

Cute and petite "Moose" . . . another 
knuckle-cracker hater . . . enjoys ski- 
ing and St. Mary's hockey games . . . 
shy smile and beautiful clothes. 
Clubs: Dramatic 2, French 2, 3, Pep 
Squad 3, Ski 3, 4, Student Council 

2, 3. 



KENNETH LAWRENCE 

ZERMANI 

6 Talbot Street 

College College 

Casual "Zim" . . . sports and drums 
. . . conscientiously attends S.H.S. 
events. 

Clubs: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess 2, 3, 
French 1, Golf 3, Photography 3, 4, 
Radio 2, 3, Ski 4, Stamp 2, 3, Euclid- 
ians 3; Athletics: Baseball 1, 2, Bas- 
ketball— H.R. 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Track 
1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2; Band— Concert 
1, 2; Donkey Basketball 3. 

FRANCIS ALVIN DUMAS 

30 Curtis Road 

Distributive Education School 

"Butch" . . . courteous . . . im- 
peccable dress . . . speaks well . . . 
likes all sports ... pet peeve — people 
that do not listen. 

Clubs: Chess 2, DECA 4; Athletics: 
Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, One Act 
Play 2. 



ROBERT JOHN KEOGH 
89 Auburn Street 

Car Mechanic 

'Bob" . . . fun-loving 
. . . enjoys cars . . . girls . . . work- 
ing on cars . . . automobiles. 



Civic 

Happy-go-lucky 



DENNIS ROSCO RANIERI 

10 Norma Lane 

Distributive Ed. Designing 

Sophisticated "Dennis" . . . correct 
dress and "la politesse" . . . model 
cars, all sports, and stamps . . . flashy 
cars . . . avoids girls who smoke. 




JEFFREY LYNN WAITT 
3 Golden Hills Road 



General 

"Jeff" . . . cars 
skilled marksman 
pesky people. 



College 

drums . . . 
irritated by 



PETER GEORGE WALSH 

62 Golden Hills Road 

Industrial Arts Undecided 

"Pete" . . . motorcycles . . . Corvettes 



car engines 



likes money ! 



THOMAS CARMINE ZUZELO 

68 Ballard Street 

Civic 

"Tom" . . . always joking . . . witty 
. . . friendly . . . enjoys sports . . . 
cars . . . will always have friends. 



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BEST DANCERS 

Norma Cappucci 
Donald Shell 



BEST ATHLETES 
Rheta Leighton 
Ronald Barressi 



MOST SOPHISTICATED 

Ruth Boudreau 

Richard Magnan 



MOST SINCERE 

Jeanette Walling 



Jeffrey Shaw 



MOST POPULAR 

Barbara Cox 

Samuel Ludwig 




Who's 




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MOST TALENTED 
Donna MacEdo 
Richard Bruno 



TYPICAL TEENS 

Pamela Noel 
Richard MacDonald 



MOST CHEERFUL 

Geraldine Tilley 

Alan Tsakeres 



BEST DRESSED 

Lois Basile 
Jay MacDougal 



BEST LOOKING 
Joanne Penney 




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MOST TALKATIVE 

Rita Noce 

Stephen Chrisos 



MOST HELPFUL TO S.H.S. 

Leslie MacPhee 

Robert Hart 



MOST AMBITIOUS 

Alice Razumny 

Joseph Amico 



CLASS ARTISTS 

Susan Leadbetter 

Donald Martin 



CLASS BLUSHERS 

Betty Babcock 
Roy Fredrickson 





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CLASS WITS 

Susan Smith 
Bernard Doherty 



MOST ABSENT-MINDED 

Linda Milano 

John Riley 



BEST COMBINATION 

OF BEAUTY AND BRAINS 

Edith Langley 

Jon Johnson 



MOST DEPENDABLE 

Ellen Santosuosso 

Paul Lacy 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Margaret Chang 
David Pignato 




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FRIENDLIEST 

Gail Piper 
Gordon Shepard 



MOST COURTEOUS 

Cynthia Pariseau 
Alan Merritt 




STUDENT EXCHANGE COMMITTEE 

FIRST ROW: Richard Cucchiara, Robert Hart. 

SECOND ROW: Leslie MacPhee, James Patch, Charlene Lang. 




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D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN 
Leslie MacPhee 



BROTHERHOOD REPRESENTATIVE 
Gail Piper 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE 
Barbara Cox 



BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AWARD 
Ernest Hynes 





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The Senior Class of Saugus High School 



((C t$he (Miracle "Worker" 

A Play in Three Acts 
by WILLIAM GIBSON 



Cast OF ChaRactors (in order of their appearance) 



A DOCTOR 

KATE 

KELLER 

HELEN 

MARTHA 

PERCY 



John Riley 
Sharyn Lowe 
Joseph Amico 
Suzanne Valasunas 
Dorothy Gillis 
Margaret Nichalson 
AUNT EV Lina Dearstyne 

JAMES William Newhall 

ANAGNOS Ronald Lamoine 

ANNIE SULLIVAN Charlotte Vigneaux 

VINEY Joan Schaffner 

BLIND GIRLS Judith Haley, Cleo Harris, 

Annette Iengo, Pamela Noel, 

Sharon O'Connor, Helen Newhall 

SERVANT Judi Cremarosa 

OFF STAGE VOICES Helaine Hurwitz, Linda Dearstyne, 

Judi Cremarosa, John Riley, 

Ronald Lamoine, Thomas Bucchiere 

DOG Terry 




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Organisation of Play Production 



Directors 

Student Directors 
Stage Manager 
Chairman of Stage Crew- 
Play Lighting 

Sound Effects 

Costumes 
Make-up 



Mary E. Anderson, Nadene White 

Lynda Biffin, Ellen Santosusso 

Thomas Bucchiere 

Ronald Lamoine 

Thomas Bucchiere, 
Ronald Lamoine, John Riley 

Ronald Lamoine, 
Martha Smith, Helaine Hurwitz 

Alice Razumny, Martha Smith and Cast 

Helaine Hurwitz, Joan Schaffner, Judi Ladd, 
Karen Lally, Rosemarie Frontiera, 
Carol Conrad, Pamela Coron 



Tickets 

Senior Class President 

Senior Class Advisors 

Acknowledgements 



Alice Razumny, Mary Jean Klapes 

Robert Hart 

Harold Musgrove, 
Elizabeth Arribes, Assistant 

Art Department, Industrial Arts 
Department, Visual Aids Club, Usherettes 



"The Miracle Worker" is produced by special arrangement with 
Samuel French, Inc. 

Set by Charles H. Stewart and Company, Somerville, Massachusetts. 




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President: Boyd Doty 
Vice Pres.: Michael Yagjian 
Secretary: Jean McCarthy 
Treasurer: Althea Nigro 



Board of Directors: 

Mary Bishop 
Selena Bucchiere 
Janice Cook 

William Powers 
Hazel Wiget 



Advisors: Paul Downing Miss Deborah Partiss 



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ROW 1. Virginia Bellitti, Kenneth Trecartin, Beverly 

Campbell, Richard Serino, Theresa Brown, David 

Diver, Paula Anthony, Karen Sheldon. 

ROW 2. Joanne Moore, Mary Iwanowicz, John Nourse, 

Kathleen Maher, John McKenna, Lorraine Pantolone, 

John Ludwig, Mary Gregg, Elizabeth Egan. 

ROW 3. Joan Ward, Charles Whidden, Linda Ross, 

James Bartlett, Michele Caruso, Carl Hermsdorf, 

Diane Abbott, Dean Walsh, Diane Stead. 



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ROW 1. Doreen Chapman, Samuel Donato, Elaine 
Manoogian, Marie Buckless, Robert Lyon, Lorraine Eng- 
lish. 

ROW 2. William Gaeta, Maxine Biegon, Leslie 
Bucey, Catherine Cunha, Duane Horton, Rosemary 
Ward, Robert Serozynsky. 

ROW 3. Lolette Aborn, George Benjamin, Susan 
Pearson, Gregory MacDonald, Mary Moore, Joseph 
Poti, Priscilla Strout. 




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ROW 1. Donna Surette, Gary Melillo, Joan Bilton, 
Robert Hussey, Barbara Rossi, Paul Clark, Ann Ache- 
son, Ronald Shaw. 

ROW 2. Susan Chapman, Ethel Martin, James Ciam- 
pa, Wendy Moore, Barry Donegan, JoAnne Gut- 
tadauro, Stanley Mabee, Margery Erb, Wayne Garrett, 
Susan Kasabuski. 

ROW 3. Selena Bucchiere, Arthur Roberts, Marsha 
Pelusi, Richard Berry, Janice Cook, Wayne Willows, 
Sheryle Ward, Stephen Buckwell, Bonnie Brodis. 



Juniors 



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ROW 1. David Berthold, Katherine Morong, John 
Giannotte, Jacqueline Weller, John Millar, Jane Alex- 
ander, William Robinson, Leslie Perham. 
ROW 2. Kathleen Surette, James Palermo, Rosemary 
Russo, Albert Iapicca, Janet Burke, Ronald Farren, 
Judith Andrews, Michael Yagjian. 
ROW 3. Richard Weddle, Mary Bishop, Douglas 
Cooper, Linda Hagen, Harry Cakounes, Janice Dance- 
wicz, Michael Dow, Barbara Chesley. 





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ROW 1. James Campbell, Sandra Teehan, Mark 

Dragonetti, Carol Burton, Boyd Doty, Margaret Blan- 

chard, Barry Beverage, Suzzanne Pinto. 

ROW 2. Florence Kelly, Robert Howell, Barbara 

Mosher, Ronald Napolitano, Dolofes Alther, Jeffrey 

Cole, Shirley Davidson, Robert Paquette, Elizabeth 

Wetmore. 

ROW 3. Harold Smith, Jean McCarthy, William 

Simmons, Gail Griffith, Robert Inman, Janette Eichel, 

Walter Rogers, Linda Clark, George Gove. 







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ROW 1. Nancy Hansen, David Smith, Hazel Wiget, 

Linda Anderson, Ellen Fladger, John Rossetti, Panoria 

Callas, Kenneth Wallace. 

ROW 2. Dianne Day, Earl Gowell, Carol Geswell, 

Chester Johnson, Cynthia Poor, Gary Candia, Jane 

McClintock. 

ROW 3. Stanley Bezdziecki, Cynthia Blatchford, Dana 

Cushing, Susan Kenney, Alexander Winn, Lorraine 

Hart, Donald Mallett, Artie Thomas. 



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ROW 1. Regina Kmiec. William Wilson, Adele 
Pratt, Richard Graham, Lorraine Pagliarulo, Bernard 
Duffy, Mary Deary, James Penney. 

ROW 2. Florence Angell, Diane Hascall, James Keefe, 
Diane Seaboyer, Michael Canning, Virginia Wilcomb, 
Joanne Lopez. 

ROW 3. Joan Blood, Janice Murray, Susan Wood- 
land, William Bilodeau, James Russell, Dorothy 
Flammia, Patricia Coffey, Marjorie Campbell. 




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ROW 1. Dorothy Healy, Frances La Vacca, Thomas 
Green, Laura Lunt, Richard DeAcetis, Grace Vatcher, 
Karen Bloom. 

ROW 2. Nancy Dellagatta, Michael Carakatsane, Donna 
Rappold, Mary Canfield, Bruce Bird, Jean Forward. 
ROW 3. Stephen Spinosa, Barbara Shaw, Harold 
Kingman, Carolyn Willey, Jeffrey MacDougall, Dianne 
Nelson, Roy Perry. 



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ROW 1. Catherine Merrill, Cherie Hood, Rosemarie 

Gagliardi, Bruce Carbone, Maureen Small, Virginia 

Corson, Lorraine Meehan. 

ROW 2. Mariann DiOrio, Charles Marino, Cynthia 

Rhoades, John Sands, Cam i lie Anzalone, William 

E. Powers, Nita Waitt. 

ROW 3. Edward Koschei, Althea Nigro, Janet Lums- 

den, James Murray, Sharon Heidebrecht, Janet Bolduc, 

Gary Dean. 





E105 



ROW 1. Rose Cardozo, Augustine Neville, Patricia 

Walker, Steven Paul, Marcia Polese, William Arse- 

nault, Patricia McKinney. 

ROW 2, Carlene Cotter, John Carlson. Nancy Rial, 

John LaFerla, Diana Galli, William J. Powers, Diane 

Novick, Frank Hallahan. 

ROW 3. Kenneth Sanders, Linda Dixon, Harold Marks, 

Alexis Smith, William White, Diane Breen, Wayne 

Stickney, Marie Archambault. 



EW6 



ROW 1. Mark I. ally, Mary Lynn, Benjamin Trahan, 
IVf.uk Harrison. Janice Mclanson, Thomas Newhall. 
ROW 2. Elizabeth Rooney, Linda O'Donnell, Jam's 
Smith, Linda Gerniglia, Linda Ballard, Linda Huggins. 
ROW 3. James Boyle, Frances Drozdowicz, Robert 
Brown, Leah Carmilia, Francis Mascianica, Maryellen 
Brennan. 




83 



E107 



ROW I. Richard Prout, Elizabeth Couillard, Martin 
Bajdelc, Margaret Rooney, David Lavoie, Diane Dugas. 
ROW 2. Paul McGonagle, Margaret O'Neil, Frederick 
F. Williams, David Hayes, Janice Hussey, William H. 
Newfaall. 

ROW 3. Carmela Montemagno, Richard Devine, Cheryl 
Briggs, Douglas Brown, Diana Ballard, Robert Cashen, 
Maryann Speciale. 





E108 



ROW 1. Henry Sienkewicz, Kathleen Eaton, Daniel 
Caso, Cathy Spencer, Kenneth Maynard, Rose Monte- 
magno, Albert Cecere, Lorraine Magaletta. 
ROW 2. Thomas Ford, Loreen Ingaciola, Paul Seken- 
ski, Sheryle Barber, Cynthia Orlandella, Stephen Carl- 
son, Deborah Robinson, Robert Heffernan. 
ROW 3. William Diamond, Linda Walters, Emil 
Reischl, Julie Carter, William Newman, Helen 
Marilyn Brown, Barry Thomas, Diane Glew. 



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Class of 1 967 



President: Annelle DiMinico 
Vice Pres.: Richard Salsman 
Secretary: Mary Andrea Boles 
Treasurer: Arthur Grabowski 



Advisors: 

Mrs. Marcia Sartorelli 

Francis Nestor 



E109 



ROW 1. John Flinkfelt, Dorothy LaVoie, Robert 
Stanton, Vuola Agganis, Charles Mortellite, Mary 
McKenzie, William Brackett, Johann Boudreau. 
ROW 2. Philip Lambert, Barbara Wildman, Bruce 
Crowell, Maureen Barry, Howard Fisher, Lois Wood- 
ward, David Leighton, Mary DeLeo, Nicholas Di- 
Girolamo, Kathy Jo Hunter, Christie Serino. 
ROW 3. Robina Powell, Steven Pinto, Judith Higgins, 
John DiMinico, Haroldine Clark, Stephen Woodbury, 
Linda Dow, Edward Maguire, Maureen Steele, Mi- 
chael Winn. 





E110 



ROW 1. Stephen Malgeri, Georgianna Bejtlich, William 
Brown, Carol Clayton, Dominick Faccadio, Dale Shan- 
non, Frederick Aloisi, Priscilla Harrington. 
ROW 2. James DiBattista, Ellen Down, Kevin Ford, 
Cynthia Bessom, Francis Finegan, Claire Lawrence, 
Edward Lane, Patricia Willard, Paul Scire, Lorraine 
McKinnon, Jeffrey Wright. 

ROW 3. Jeanne Stolos, John Powell, Bonnie Husson, 
Roderick Moore, Linda Doherty, Alan Drozdowicz, 
Alison Leek, John Dancewicz, Stephanie Delorio. 



85 




Elll 



ROW 1. Charles dishing, Clare Hanson, Lome 
MacOrquodale, Linda Brownlow, John Albancse, Vir- 
ginia Sorenson, Gary Sund, Diane Doherty. 
ROW 2. Dianne McCulley, Andrew Bellinghieri, Ruth 
Castle, Lawrence Giantonio, John Faragi, Marilyn 
Holbrook, Donald Murray, Diane Williams, Raymond 
LaRouche, Marilyn Seide. 

ROW 3. Sti-phen Spofford, Douglas Woodward, 
Corinne Prentice, William Winsor, Stephen Craik, 
Thomas Saulenas, Judith Powers, Thomas Dewing, 
James Mancuso. 



E112 



ROW 1. Nancy Dombrowski. Janis Sordillo, Paul Hef- 
fernan, Marjorie Townsend, SaKatore Anastasi, Elaine 
Williams, Thomas Belmonte. 

ROW 2. Carmen D'Amico, Kathleen McGrath. Val- 
erie Caswell, Paul Farrenkopf, Eileen Emery, Susan 
De\er. 

ROW 3. John Forbes, Muriel Haley, Raymond Surette, 
Maureen Santiano, Robert Feener, Louise Bucchiere, 
Alexander Przybylski. 





E113 



ROW 1. Richard Lombardo, Linda Hamilton, William 
Warren, Susan Petkewich, Anthony Andoloro, Diane 
LeDonne, Lawrence Dever. 

ROW 2. James Holden, Arthur Grabowski, Diane 
Traverse, Eric Geddes, Richard Belyea, Barbara Da- 
genais, G eor P e Marlin, Michael Putnam. 
ROW 3. Janet Wilson, Shawn O'Brien, Lucille Buc- 
chiere, Donald Svenson, Judith Domigan, Michael 
Shell, Lorraine Salvo. 



86 






E114 



ROW 1. Paul Surette, Karen Caddy, John Simon, 
Brenda Kulikoski, Charles Razumny, Catherine Tobin, 
Thomas Hatch. 

ROW 2. Robert Cassinell, Bruce Wallace, Lucinda 
Gray, James Gaines, Carmen Orlandella, Daniel Dwyer, 
Donna Woodland, Phillip Giorgetfi, David Demers. 
ROW 3. George Ossinger, Carol Bentley, Leonard 
Angelo, Lindsey Smith, Vincent Paolini, Delma Diotte, 
Michael Ozahowski, Sharon Samuels. 





EW 



ROW 1. Richard Kotchian, Evelyn DiNapoli, Charles 
McCarthy, Kathleen Peluso, Anthony Waitt, Rebecca 
Sanborn, Robert Lovett, Margaret Crighton. 
ROW 2. John Scire, Kenneth Castle, Ellen Thomas, 
Thomas Dwyer, Catherine Maher, John Shipulski, Mar- 
garet Mazzone, Jonathan Trefry, Stephen Armitstead. 
ROW 3. Paul Hunter, Margaret Smith, Daniel Roden, 
Joanne Foresteire, Dennis Deschene, Kristine . Berry, 
Paul Goodwin, Nancy Murray, James Gudaitis. 



A102 



ROW 1. Ronald Amero, Linda Austin, Patsy De- 
Thomas, Barbara Taylor, Kenneth VanHorn, Marilyn 
Camplese, Roger Nelson, Diane Cowan. 
ROW 2. Patricia Smith, Charles Bilton, Regina Mag- 
nan, Ralph Roberts, Jeanette DiCarlo, Angelo Lunt, 
Susan Hurlbert, John Chadwick, Audrey Rossetti. 
ROW 3. Steven Ossinger, Linda Pisello, John Wood- 
man, Linda Fritz, Bruce Maxwell, Kathleen Perry, 
Ernest Venezia, Nancy Muise. 




87 



A104 



ROW 1. Henry Smith, Constance Bacon, Joseph Des- 

Rosiers, Carol Venza, Thomas DeThomas, Carol Rub- 

bicco, Bruce Soper, Bonny MacLeod. 

ROW 2. Joanne DiChiara, Richard Mabee, Janice 

Surette, George Chobanian, Sandra Morrison, Joseph 

Guiffrida, Eileen Correggio, Richard Walkey, Catherine 

Canning, Francis Stanio, Eleanor Kelloway. 

ROW 3. Karen Tagney, Paul McKinnon, Patricia 

Simonson, Paul Uga, Mary Krzywicki, Patrick Car- 

dalisco, Catherine Tarr, Stanley Russo, Laura Bishop, 

Daniel Donovan. 





A201 



ROW 1. Joanne Reczek, Michael Harnden, Linda 

Nicholson, Paul Dubuque, Linda Duncan, Robert 

Pesce, Mary Livanis, Peter Iengo. 

ROW 2. Glenys Blanch, Mary Lou McLoughlin, 

Joseph Meuse, Sharon Silver, Richard Southern, Eileen 

Walters, Robert Safer, Virginia Colarusso, Carol 

Howell. 

ROW 3. Sara Bannon, Mary Boles, Alexander Davie, 

Nancy Champion, Elizabeth Balser, Kathryn Lumsden, 

David Sitkowski, Jane Claflin, Henrietta Veno. 



cm 



ROW 1. Gail Mandeville, Stanley Egan, Judith 

Fabiano, Frederick Harrison, Janet Kierstead, John 

Tobin, Lillian Colantuoni, Judith Robinson. 

ROW 2. Laurita Walsh, Amy Smith, Richard Salsman, 

Patricia Boisvert, Michael Kimball, Agatha Contino, 

JoAnn Bamford. 

ROW 3- Lucille DiVincenzi, Douglas Diver, Geraldine 

Lumsden, Ronald Cook, Dorothy Cahill, Michael 

Milano, Carol Mills, Charles Stack. 




88 






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C122 



ROW 1. Francis Hockmuth, George Long, Michael 
Kmita, Frank Carter, Frederick Conti. 
ROW 2. Ralph Santosuosso, John Valasunas, Charles 
Southard, Andrew Penney, Stephen Meserve, Philip 
Wildman. 

ROW 3. Robert Madden, John Hansen, Theodore Brier- 
ley James Tewksbury, Howard Dow, Charles Bean. 



cm 



ROW 1. Ruth Sipple, Nels Pempsell, Joan Whetzel, 
Marie La Vecchio, John Colluccini, Linda Bossio. 
ROW 2. Donna Quaglieri, William McKenna, Do- 
lores Dudley, Yvonne LeBlanc, Donna Christopher, 
Dennis Hansen, Christine Vatcher. 
ROW 3. Judith Clark, Vernon MacLeod, Janet Merri- 
field, Sandra Howell, Stephanie Sim, Earnest Southard, 
Cynthia Stead. 





cm a 



ROW 1. Carole Sliger, Norman Barry, Marie Loiselle, 
Ellen Kenerson, Margaret Collum, James Pignato, 
Annelle DiMinico, Carol Walling. 

ROW 2. Arthur Towers, Patricia Lyons, William Ellis, 
Violet Feener, Judith Ruffen, Deborah Hickman, 
Donald Costantino, Cheryl Morse. 



89 



MBj 




Class 

of 
1968 



E 107 



ROW 1: William Fucaloro, James Blanchard, Lisa 

Lindquist, Marilyn White, Joan Seaboyer, Charles Lang, 

Paul Smith. 

ROW 2: Sande Congdon, Diane LeDrew, Cynthia 

Campbell, Joanne Bailey, Karen Geotis, Bonnie Wolfe, 

Priscilla Nelson. 

ROW 3: Patricia Burns, Glenn Jeffrey, Carol Lund, 

Wayne Badessa, Joseph Discolo, Marilyn Alfonsi, 

Ronald Witten, Sandra Simi. 





E 108 



ROW 1: Constance Banks, Denise Dansereau, Liane 

Ward, Paulette Carli, Jennie Woo, Rosemary Faccadio, 

Patricia Denning. 

ROW 2: Kathleen Alley, Paul Kotchian,. Regina 

Gudaitis, James Mordaunt, Raymond DeFranzo, Joanne 

Pedi, David Forni, Joanne Adams. 

ROW 3: Priscilla Casey, Scott. Kenrick, Carol Knight, 

Nicholas Tsakeres, Carolyn Whelton, Cecil Bishop, 

Maria Spencer, Daniel Foster, Norma Brown. 



90 



E109 



ROW 1. Robert McNeil, Nelson Chang, Janet Monroe, 
JoAnn Lipkiewicz, Christine Kmiec, John Ciambello, 
Vincent Dellanno. 

ROW 2. Linda Williams, Olga Anganis, William 
Spadafora, Ronald Nickerson, Edith Callina, Nancy 
Stanton, Lucille DeBIasio. 

ROW 3. Sandra Wheaton, Dennis Hnatowicz, Carol 
LaFerla, Christina Sullo, Stephen Cotter, Susan Bever- 
age. 





EUO 



ROW 1. Ronald Brown, Mary Champoux, Mary Bur- 
ton, Christine Venti, Gail Rich, Carolyn Brackett, 
Norman Spence. 

ROW 2. Eleanor DeCalogero, George Smith, Nancy 
Clayton, John Morani, Nancy Coppola, Paul Kostecki, 
Judith Struzziero. 

ROW 3. Marie McGregor, Kenneth Riley, Teresa 
Valente, William Emma, Bruce Carye, Linda Mc- 
Laughlin, Edward Burke, Patricia Sorenson. 



WW 



ROW 1. Karen Harnden, Lynne Aronson, Gayle Mer- 
rithew, Peter Bessom, Linda Shaw, Joanne Valasunas, 
Diane Thompson. 

ROW 2. Richard Loiselle, Doris Oldford, Edward 
Graham, Sharon Keene, Richard Butcher, Louise 
Spencer, Kenneth Muise, Stephanie Ciulla, Steven Lally. 
ROW 3. John Novicki, Mary Larkin, James Meredith, 
Charlene Brown, Michael Goodwin, Patti Bellitti, 
Matthew Kirk. 




91 



W108 



ROW 1. Robert DelloRusso, Bonnie Meehan, Claudia 
Pheulpin, Janet Lawton, Elizabeth Jerzylo, Sharon 
Smith, Thomas Ozahowski. 

ROW 2. Laurel Ellis, Vicki Wells, Damon Moore, 
Kathleen Iwanowicz, John Butler, Patricia Aleksa, Mark 
Wetherbee, Joan Zarrella, AnneMarie Collins. 
ROW 3. Judith Tibbetts, George Teehan, Barbara 
Cicco, Frederick Kappa, David Devlin, Wanda Ringen- 
wald, Charles Durgin, Donna Ahl. 





W109 



ROW 1. Paul Harring, Bernadine Milano, Nancy 

Wishneusky, Helen Lord, Marcia Hurll, Patricia Menna, 

Paul Trudeau. 

ROW 2. Marilyn Lyons, Mary Boyle, Katherine Cal- 

las, Linda Davidson, Judith Barnes, Cathy Sylvia, 

Marcia Whalen. 

ROW 3. James Gregg, Linda Scanzillo, Andrew Crotty, 

Ethel Ianniciello, Francis Jensen, Gayle Procopio, 

Walter Daniels. 



WHO 



ROW 1. Donna Park, Janice McGonagle, Linda Gal- 
lagher, Diane Marcy, Sharon Popp, Anne Leo, Christine 
Reynolds. 

ROW 2. Larry Gardner, Melinda Spofford, Gerald 
Falasca, Linda Novick, Bruce Marks, Dianne Chipman, 
Roger Ryder. 

ROW 3. Susan Evans, Robert Thurell, Rachel Pressey, 
Kevin Martin, Suzanne Brown, Stephen Pizzotti, Cyn- 
thia Wilson, James Walker. 




92 



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Will 



ROW 1. Chester Stentiford, Sandra Doherty, Marsha 
Perry, MaryEllen Wetmore, Vera Harnden, Darlene 
Smith, James Carter. 

ROW 2. Cynthia Burns, John Boy, Deborah Gove, 
Patricia Breau, Paula Geehan, Paul Hayward, Eliza- 
beth McCormack, Daniel Durgin, Gail Thirkell. 
ROW 3. Fay Goodwin, Philip Anderson, Corinne 
Tomeo, Paul Kontos, Linda MacGlashing, John Ban- 
non, Nancie Griffin, Thomas O'Shea, Frances Deary. 



Will 



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ROW 1. John Murphy, Sheila Hill, Rosemary Ferrell, 

Brenda Murgida, Maryanne Kelly, Janice Fournier, 

Louis Jordan. 

ROW 2. John DeFranzo, Pamela Waitt, Leonard 

Aubrey, Patricia Kmita, (Esteere), Sandra Gudaitis, 

Victor Heath. 

ROW 3. Janet Diver, Carol Geddes, William Malin, 

Christina Whyte, Henry Paolini, Rita Cuddi, Edward 

LeBlanc, Lynn Hillis. 





A103 



ROW 1. Donna Flynn, Ronald Sanders, Doreen Farn- 
ham, Steven Finegan, Linda Burke, David Harrison, 
Sandra Sillars. 

ROW 2. Ronald Coron, Martha Driscoll, Edward 
Wolfe, Sandra Perry, Joseph Dollard, Susan New- 
bury, Samuel Haskins. 

ROW 3. Joyce Erickson, Joseph Savasta, Lois Graham, 
George Ordway, Phyllis Palumbo, Steven Martin. Cheryl 
McCarron. 



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C107 



ROW 1. Donald Clark, Jane Davis, Josephine De- 
Vincenzi, Eileen Martin, Diane Donovan, Janet Hyam, 
Thomas Stephens. 

ROW 2. Carol Poison, Kathryn Marciano, William 
Babcock, Deborah Smith, Thomas Jayroe, Madeline 
Wasson, Diane Livolsi. 

ROW 3: Dennis Murray, Sharon Long, Robert Paglia- 
rulo, Eileen Toomey, Joseph Monteforte, Nancy Dia- 
mond, Bruce Manley, Donna Melchionno, Thomas 
McCormack. 



cm 



ROW 1. Anthony Bicchieri, John Chrisos, Kevin 
Smith, Richard Sylvain, Dean Ward, Alfred Vito. 
ROW 2. Alan Murgida, Thomas Moore, Mark Mitchell, 
Edward Schneider, Frank Garofalo, Schaeffer. 
ROW 3. Dean Adrien, Bruce Nickerson, Robert Du- 
cott, Joseph Ciaramitaro, Clifford Willey, Peter Si- 
monsen, Paul ODonnell. 





cm 



ROW 1. Chester Bejtlich, Joanne Healy, Victoria Obs- 
borne, Carol DeVito, Christine O'Brien, Robert Perry. 
ROW 2. Sandra Lacy, Thomas Hurd, Dave Whitt- 
redge, Marilyn D'Amico, Robert Falasca, Carol Stetson. 
ROW 3: Arthur Cahill, Linda DiMinico, William 
Collins, Susan Shuckra, Richard Nicolo. 



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Tontoquonian Staff 




Charlene Lang — Associate Editor 
Margaret Chang — Editor-in-Chief 
Barbara Cox — Associate Editor 
Edith Langley — Associate Editor 



ROW 1: Annette Iengo, Valerie Berry, Diane Bentley, Charlene Lang, Margaret 
Chang, Edith Langley, Barbara Cox, Priscilla Maher, Nancy Cash. ROW 2: Gay 
Nickole, Gail Scott, Zoe Vrees, Richard Cucchiara, Cynthia Pariseau, Judith Cre- 
marosa, John Jones, Rosemary Cerullo, Nancy Regan, Eileen Garland. ROW 3: 
Darrell Fritz, Meredith Sim, Alice Cerino, Mary Jean Klapes, Donald Martin, 
Geraldine Robleski, Rheta Leighton, Jeanette Walling, Linda Gould. 



National Honor Society 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

ROW 1: Rosemary Cerullo, Richard Cucchiara, Linda Mosher, David Pignato. ROW 2: 
Linda Gould, Barbara Cox, Robert Woodward, Charlene Lang, Theresa Giansiraoisa. 
ROW 3: Judith Cremarosa, Jacquelyn Burt, Alice Razumny, Susan Harrington. 
100 (Margaret Chang absent.) 



Student Council 




STUDENT COUNCIL 
ROW 1: Marie Loiselle, Catherine Merrill, Marcia Polese, Elizabeth Rooney, Margaret 
Rooney, Annette Iengo. ROW 2 : Thomas Hatch, Edith Langley, Betty Babcock, Treasurer — 
Gail Piper, President — James Patch, Secretary — Diane Doherty, Vice President — Lorraine 
Hart, Nancy Cash, Barbara Cox, William Brackett. ROW 3: Laura Lunt, Paula 
Anthony, Michael Yagjian, Susan Yale, Donna Stanton, Arthur Grabowski, Pamela 
Noel, Gail Mandeville, Paul Hunter, Marie Buckless, Christine Vatcher. ROW 3: 
Susan Harrington, Joanne Lopez, Michael (Harry) Sienkewicz, Rheta Leighton, Eileen 
Emery, James Tewksbury, Janice Cook, Mary Lou Kryzwicki, John Dancewicz, Brenda 
Milano, Jayne Hulbert. (Boyd Doty absent.) 




FRESHMAN STUDENT COUNCIL 
ROW 1: Anthony Bicchieri, Paul Harring, William 
Underhill. ROW 2: Lucille DeBlasu, Deboroh Smith, 
Marie Spencer, Joanne Valasunas. 



101 






Language Lab 
Aides 



LANGUAGE LABORATORY AIDES 
Harold Kingman, Joseph Gibbons, Michael Canning. 





D.E.C.A. 



ROW 1: Virginia Pinto, Sandra Clei, Vice President, 
Frances Dumas, President, Rita Noce, Treasurer, Kath- 
leen Knickle, Secretary. ROW 2: Robert Monico, 
Paula DiMinico, Norman Day, Charles Harnden. 
ROW 3: Wayne Mathews, Steven Morrison, David 
Park, Dennis Raniere. 



Euclidians 



ROW 2: Mark Harrison, Jo- Ann Bamford, Ernest 
Hynes, Judith Cremarosa, Boyd Doty, Mary Jean 
Klapes, Robert Pesce, Nancy Rial, Carmen D'Amico, 
Gail Mandeville. ROW 3: Diane Doherty, John La- 
Ferla, Geraldine Tilley, John Riley, Linda Pisello, 
Russell Menko, Mary McKenzie, John Dancewicz, Cyn- 
thia Blatchford, Michael Yagjian, Diane Novick. ROW 
4: Jayne Hurlbert, Richard Heidelbricht, Marjorie 
Townsend, Bruce Maxwell, Janice Dancewicz, William 
Newman, Rheta Leighton, James Tewksbury, Janis Sar- 
dillo, Albert Iapicca, Diane Seaboyer. ROW 1: Jacque- 
line Weller, Gary Sund, Carol Clayton, Thomas Green, 
Marcia Polese, William Brackett. 




102 



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French Club 




ROW 1: Susan Leadbetter, Maryann Speciale, Barbara 
Cox, Secretary — Janice Cook, President — Geraldine 
Tilly, Vice President — -Joseph Amico, Treasurer — Diane 
Seaboyer, Marilyn Niles, Janice Dancewicz, Marilyn 
Rial. ROW 2: Kathleen Hanlon, Lynda Carroll, Judy 
Fabiano, James Gaines, Ellen Fladger, Richard De- 
Acetis, Gail Mandeville, Richard Cucchiara, Judith 
Clark, Margaret Blanchard, Paula Anthony, Marie Buck- 
less. ROW 3: Norma Cappucci, Edith Langley, Diane 
Doherty, Jean Forward, Johann Boudreau, Joan Blood, 
Virginia Bellitti, Linda Clark, Cynthia Blatchford, 
Deborah Gowell, Joanne Penney. 



ROW 1: Linda Mullen, Kathleen Maher, Doreen Le- 
Blanc, Patricia Hennan, Mary McKengie, Charles Maes, 
Janet Kierstead, Carmen Orlandella, Gay Nickole, 
Margaret O'Neill. ROW 2: William Newhall, Mari- 
lyn Holbrook, Douglas Johnson, Mary Lee Krzywicki, 
Russell Menko, Karleen Pheulpin, John LaFerla, Jayne 
Hurlbert, Michael Yagjian. ROW 3: Jane McClintock, 
Loreen Ingaciola, Susan Kenney, Mary Jean Klapes, 
Sharyn Lowe, Jean McCarthy, Kathleen Maher, Pamela 
Noel, Wendy Moore. 





ROW 1: David Pignato, Maureen Steele, Nanci Rial, 
Marcia Polese, Jacqueline Weller, Elizabeth Rooney, 
Sandra Sylvia, Cynthia Stead, Henry Sienkewicz. ROW 
2: Judi Ladd, Sharon Samuels, Helaine Hurwitz, Pa- 
tricia Simonson, Corinne Prentice, Laurita Walsh, 
Sharon Silver, Cynthia Gray. ROW 3: Sheryle Ward 
(Terry), Maureen Small, Janis Smith, Martha Smith, 
Cathy Tarr, Diane Husson, Cynthia Rhoades, Linda 
Ross, Diane Stead. 



103 






Girls' Club Cabinet 




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ROW 1: Susan Leadbetter, Linda Chambers, Margaret Rooney, Lindsey Smith, Leslie MacPhee, Jane McClintock. 




GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS 

ROW 1: Donna Christopher, Secretary; Leslie Mac- 
Phee, President; Jane McClintock, Vice-President. ROW 
2: Linda Chambers, Lindsey Smith, Hazel Wiget, Susan 
Leadbetter (absent). 



Bowling Club 



ROW 1: Catherine Maher, Karen Sheldon, Patricia 
Hennan, Judith Ladd, Diane Breen, Cynthia Gray. 
ROW 2: Christy Marino, Jean McCarthy, Steven 
Dow, Virginia Wilcomb, Jay MacDougall, Russell 
O'Connor, Esther Grace, Thomas Green, Mary-Jayne 
Iwanowicz, Gary Sund. ROW 3^ Carl Tortolano, Linda 
Mosher, Kenneth Zermani, Shelley Iwanowicz, Ronald 
Tibbets, Frances Drozdowicz, Boyd Doty, Deborah 
Gowell, John McKenna, Janis Smith, Gary Candia, Ruth 
Thompson, Samuel Donato. ROW 4: Joan Blood, 
Alan Merritt, Carol Davis, Ernest Southard, Joanne 
Penney, James Bartlett, Marilyn Niles, Albert Iapicca, 
Paula DiMinico, Earl Gowell, Carol Willey. (Martin 
Bajdek, Marjorie Campbell, Dominick Faccadio, Wil- 
liam Garrett, Marie Kanackwicz, Frank Krzwicki, Wil- 
liam Newhall, Dave Sitkowski, absent). 




104 



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Pep Squad 




ROW 1: Gail Mandeville, Cherie Hood, 
Judith Cremarosa, Rosemary Cerullo, Arlene 
Kelly, Meredith Sim, Mary Jean Klapes, 
Diane LeDonne, Regina Magnan. ROW 2: 
Deirdre Kelley, Diane Novick, Mary Perry, 
Jayne Hurlbert, Judy Higgins, Susan Kasa- 
buski, Shelley Iwanowicz, Dorothy LaVoie, 
Lorraine McKinnon. ROW 3: Diane Sea- 
boyer, Jane McCIintock, Kathleen Maher, 
Mary Lee Krzywicki, Jean McCarthy, Loreen 
Ingaciola, Joanne Lopez, Patricia Lyons. 



ROW 1: Linda Brownlow, Ellen Down, 
Geraldine Tilley, Rheta Leighton, Linda 
Gould, Susan Leadbetter, Rosemarie Gag- 
liardi, Margaret Creighton, Judith Clark. 
ROW 2: Paula Anthony, Jean Forward, Mary- 
Jayne Iwanowicz, Jeanette DiCarlo, Kristine 
Berry, Shirley Davidson, Valerie Caswell, 
Marjorie Campbell, Joanne Guttadauro, Cyn- 
thia Gray. ROW 3: Barbara Dagerais, Vir- 
ginia Wilcomb, Selena Bucchiere, Laura 
Bishop, Michelle Caruso, Nancy Hansen, 
Janice Cook, Mary Canfield, Eileen Emery, 
"Diane Doherty. 





ROW 1: Rebecca Sanborn, Jacqueline Weller, 
Karen Sheldon, Audrey Rossetti, Carole Sliger, 
Nancy Rial. ROW 2: Marcia Polese, Sharon 
Silver, Cynthia Orlandella, Maryann Speciale, 
Suzzanne Pinto, Eileen Walters, Marilyn Rial. 
ROW 3: Rosemary Ward, Cynthia Stead, Cyn- 
thia Rhoades, Linda Ross, Stephanie Sim, 
Ellen Kenerson. 



105 




Dramatic 
Club 



ROW 1: Richard DeAcetis, Joanne Lopez, Edward 
Lane, Judith Cremarosa, Janet Burke, John Riley, Joan 
Blood, Samuel Donato, Carol Conrad, John Jones. 
ROW 2: Judith Ladd, Ronald Lemoine, Cynthia Blatch- 
ford, Michael Canning, Janice Cook, Harold Kingman, 
Selma Bucchiere, Boyd Doty, Mary-Jayne Iwanowicz, 
Stephen Carlson, Linda Biffin. ROW 3: Diane Breen, 
Paula DiMinico, Linda Dearstyne, Susan Kenney, Cath- 
erine Cunha, Mildred Leonard, Mary Jean Klapes, 
Sharyn Lowe, Frances Drozdowicz, Dqnna Macedo, 
Helaine Hurwitz. 



ROW 1: Suzanne Valasunas, Norma Cappucci, Eileen 
Garland, Annette Iengo, Linda Mullen, Marsha Polese, 
Jacquelyn Weller, Linda Chambers, Diane Novick, 
Nancy Rial. ROW 2: Rosemary Cornetta, Pamela Noel, 
Linda ODonnell, Karen Sheldon, Bonnie Brodis, 
Audrea Boles, Joan Schaffner, Virginia Wilcomb, Mary- 
ann Speciale, Maureen Steele, Dorothy Gillis, Cleo 
Harris. ROW 3: Barbara Shaw, Joanne Penney, Char- 
lotte Vigneaux, Alexis Smith, Martin Salenas, Robert 
Serozynsky, Maureen Santiano, Linda Ross, Diane 
Stead, Althea Nigro, Gail Higgins. 



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Library Aides 

ROW 1: Steven Dow, Ronald Barry, Richard Jackman, 
Roger Nelson, Frank Conti, Harold Smith, Henry 
Smith. ROW 2: David LaVoie, Boyd Doty, Gary 
Dean, James Bartlett, Michael Dow, Emil Reischl, Henry 
Sienkiewicz, Edward Lane. 





ROW 1: Mary Bishop, Sharon Silver, Suzanne Vala- 
sunas, Pamela Noel, Marie Buckless, Margaret Nichol- 
son, Bernice Fisher, Doreen LeBlanc. ROW 2: Ruth 
Boudreau, Sandra Beverage, Nancy DellaGatta, Karen 
Sheldon, Virginia Sorenson, Linda Walters, Cynthia 
Stead, Judy Clark, Audrey Rossetti, Esther Grace, Linda 
Gerniglia. ROW 3: Mariann DiOrio, Eileen Coreggio, 
Kathleen Perry, Katherine Hicks, Bonnie Husson, Mary 
Lee Kryswicki, Wendy Connors, Maryjane Kennedy, 
Patricia Coffey, Delores MacLeod. ROW 4: Sheila 
Connolly, Meridith Sim, Sharyn Lowe, Marie Kanarkie- 
wicz, Maureen Santiano, Martha Smith, Leah Carmilia, 
Lucille Di Vincenzi, Diane Abbott, Priscilla Fountain, 
Alice Razumny. 



ROW 1: Linda Shaw, Karen Harnden, Gail Thirkell, 
Mary Ann Boyle, Maryanne Kelly, Diane Marcy, Carol 
Stetson. ROW 2: Louise Spencer, Deborah Gove, Jane 
Davis, Cheryll McCarron, Linda DiMonico, Cynthia 
Campbell, Patricia Denning, Sande Congdon. ROW 3: 
Parri Bellitti, Joseph Dollard, Edward Schneider, 
Edward Wolfe, Philip Anderson, Frank Garafalo, Linda 
MacGlashing. 




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ROW 1: James Patch, Ronald Tibbets, Ernest Hynes, 
Jeffrey Sanborn, President, Paul Cooper, Treasurer, 
Richard MacDonald, Secretary, Samuel Ludwig, V. Pres- 
ident, John Jones. ROW 2: William Bingham, Robert 
Congdon, Lawrence Sullivan, Bernard Doherty, Jon 
Johnson, Richard Ellis, Richard Lovett. ROW 3: John 
Rile)', Russell O'Connor, Alan Merritt, Richard Magnan, 
Russell Smith, Peter Allen, Thomas Corindia. 





ROW 1: James Carter, Peter Simonson, Nelson Chang. 
ROW 2: Donald Clark, Edward LeBlanc, Wayne 
Badessa, James Walker. 









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Club 
Presidents 



ROW 1: Leslie MacPhee, Ellen Santosusso, Gay 
Nickole, Margaret Chang, Geraldine Tilley, Char- 
lene Lang, Marilyn Niles, Susan Harrington, Judith 
Cremarosa, Gail Piper, Jeanette Walling. ROW 2: 
Sandra Sylvia, Richard Cucchiara, Ronald Barressi, 
Jeffrey Sanborn, Rheta Leighton, Francis Dumas, 
Alan Tsakaris, John Riley, Donald Martin, Jay 
MacDougall, Maryjean Klapes, Joseph Amico, 
James Patch, Richard O'Neil. 



Marshal Squad 



ROW 1: Sandra Sylvia, Norma Cappucci, Ken- 
neth Robertson, Alice Razumny, Leslie MacPhee. 
ROW 2: Susan Leadbetter, Marie Bailey, David 
Pignato, Meredith Sim, Judith Ladd. ROW 3: 
Rheta Leighton, Carol Davis, Martha Smith, Sharyn 
Lowe, Alice Cerino, Ester Grace. (Jean Surrett,- 
Marie Kanackwicz, Absent.) 





ROW 1: Doreen Farnham, Gail Thirkell, Sandra 
Gudaitis, Diane Marcy, Robert Ferrell, Patricia 
Denning, Carol Knight. ROW 2: Susan Shuckra, 
Kathleen Avellino, Joseph Dollard, Steven Martin, 
Philip Anderson, Lois Graham, Louise Spencer. 



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Latin Club 



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ROW 1: David LaVoie, Linda Gerniglia, John Riley, Treasurer, Annette 
Iengo, Mary Jean Klapes, President, Mark Harrison, V. President, Janice 
Dancewicz, Secretary, Peter Iengo. ROW 2: Regina Kmiec, Edward Lane, 
Marie LaVecchio, Edith Langley, Boyd Doty, Nancy Cash, Virginia Every, 
Thomas Green, Carol Clayton, Diane LeDonne. ROW 3: Carol Burton, 
Joan Schaffner, Joan Blood, Susan Kenney, Stephen Carlson, Alice Cerino, 
Muriel Haley, Bonnie Husson, Dierdre Kelly. (Andrew Bellingheri, William 
Bilodeau, John LaFerla, Susan Petkewich, Judith Powees, absent.) 




Chess Club 




ROW 1: Anthony Andoloro, Stephen Chrisos, Jean McCarthy, John Jones, Eileen Lyman, Harold 
Smith, Thomas Green. ROW 2: Michael Yagjian, James Gaines, James Bartlett, William 
Bilodeau, Emil Reischl, John McKenna, John LaFerla. 



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ROW 1: Suzanne Valsunas, Linda Biffin, 1st Lieutenant Rosemary Cerullo, 
Captain Jeanette Walling, 2nd Lieutenant Cynthia Pariseau, Joanne Penney, 
Charlotte Vigneaux, Pamela Noel. ROW 2: Linda Chambers, Annette Iengo, 
Priscilla Maher, Zoe Vrees, Linda Gould, Theresa Giansiraeusa, Norma 
Cappucci, Lynda Carroll. ROW 3: Judith Cremarosa, Gail Higgins, Diane 
Husson, Elaine Burns, Gail Piper, Susan Harrington, Sandra Sylvia. 
(Joanne Kerrigan — Absent.) 



Camera Club 




ROW 1: John Jones, Richard Cucchiara. ROW 2: Edward Lane, 
David Pignato, Robert Serozynsky. 

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Office Aides 




ROW 1: Jane McClintock, Jayne Hurlbert, Margaret 
Creighton, Maureen Steele, Patricia Carter, Mary 
Lynn, Rosemary Cornetta. ROW 2: Jean Forward, 
Carol Conrad, Frances Landry, Joanne Moore, Sharon 
O'Connor, Carmel Montemagno, Suzzanne Pinto. ROW 
3: Kathleen Eaton, Shirley Davidson, Lindsey Smith, 
Barbara DeLouis, Kathy Hicks, Susan Swett, Susan 
Kasabuski. 



ROW 1: Melinda Spofford, Gayle Procopio, Berna- 
dine Milano, Josephine DeVenzia, Doris Oldford, Jen- 
nie Woo. ROW 2: Linda DiMinico, Marie Spencer, 
Carol Knight, Helen Lord, Phyllis Palumbo, Judith 
Tibbetts. 





Guidance 
Aides 



ROW 1: Virginia Emery, Susan Yale, Diane Bentley, 
Anita Loiselle, Elaine Manoogian, Rosemary Cornetta, 
Lynda Carroll, Helaine Hurwitz. ROW 2: Barbara 
Dagenais, Margaret Sonier, Leslie MacPhee, Rosemarie 
Gagliarodi, Audrey Boles, Selena Bucchiere, Theresa 
Giansiracusa, Zoe Vrees, Linda Dow. ROW 3: Linda 
Ross, Lorraine Hart, Deborah Hickman, Elizabeth 
Balser, Carol Willey, Jeanette Walling, Annelle Di- 
Minico, Diane Doherty. 



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Ski Club 



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ROW 1: Carol Conrad, Diane Bentley, Rosemary Cor- 
netta, Allen Tsakeres, President, Jeffrey Sanborn, Jo- 
anne Penney, Alan Merritt, Norma Cappucci, Dorothy 
Gillis, Lynda Carroll. ROW 2: Linda Campbell, Rich- 
ard DeAcetis, Judith Cremarosa, Bernard Doherty, 
Marie Buckless, Robert Folino, Jean Forward, Jacquelyn 
Burt. ROW 3: Thomas Bucchiere, Darrell Fritz, Robert 
Congdon, Paula DiMinico, Jack Meeker, Linda Dear- 
styne, Thomas Corindia, Janice Cook, Richard Bruno. 





ROW 1: Suzanne Valasunas, Marcia Polese, Daniel Pre- 
zioso, Susan Yale, William Powers, Geraldine Tilley, 
Ronald Tibbets, Jacqueline Weller. ROW 2: Carl 
Tortalano, Donna Macedo, John Riley, Rosemary Ward, 
Russell O'Connor, Cynthia Orlandella, Thomas Zuzelo, 
Gail Scott, Kenneth Zermani. ROW 3: Steven Pierce, 
Cynthia Rhoades, Wayne Willows, Geraldine Robleski, 
Barry Thomas, Mary Jane Ulban, Robert Pelusi, Joyce 
Powicki, George Sullivan. 



ROW 1: Priscilla Maher, Cleo Harris, Karen McLaugh- 
lin, Pamela Noel, Marilyn Niles, David Smith, Ros- 
marie Gagliani, Joanne Guttadauro, Eileen Garland, 
Catherine Merrill. ROW 2: Cherie Hood, Arlene Kelly, 
Paul McGonagle, Susan Harrington, Eugene Mustone, 
Gail Higgins, John Miller, Judith Ladd, Terri Harmon. 
ROW 3: Jon Johnson, Susan Leadbetter, Jay MacDou- 
gall, Mildred Leonard, Richard Heidelbrecht, Mary 
Jean Klapes, Kenneth Larkin, Joanne Kerrigan, Paul 
Lacy. 




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Sahico 



ROW 1: Gail Scott, Karen McLaughlin, 
Linda Campbell, Terri Harmon, Anita 
Loiselle, Rosemary Cornetta. ROW 2: 
Carmel Saulnier, Starr Thomas, Valerie 
Berry, President — Charlene Lang, Vice 
President — Jeanette Walling, Treasurer 
— Joanne Kerrigan, Secretary — Cynthia 
Pariseau, Priscilla Maher, Donna Stan- 
ton, Donna Stewart. ROW 3: Linda 
LaRouche, Ester Grace, Linda Mosher, 
Dorothy Canfield, Frances Landry, 
Adele Wojewodka, Grace Graceffa, Di- 
ane Banda, Arlene Kelly, Ruth Thomp- 
son, Linda Gould, Rosemary Cerullo. 
ROW 4: Linda Biffin, Carol Davis, 
Susan Sluskonis, Mary Jane Ulban, Rob- 
ert DiTomasi, Robert Dixon, Geraldine 
Robleski, Beverly Bishop, Linda Cowan, 
Darrell Fritz, Katherine Hicks. 





Future Nurses 
Club 

ROW 1: Suzanne Pinto, Regina Kmiec, 
Jacquelin Weller, Katherine Morong, 
Rheta Leighton, Treasurer, Gail Piper, 
President, Patricia Simonson, Secretary, 
Maryann Speciale, V. President, Diane 
Novick, Carol Burton, Priscilla Harring- 
ton. ROW 2: Diane Dugas, Audrey 
Boles, Barbara Dagenais, Jeanette De- 
Carlo, Janis Smith, Cynthia Blatchford, 
Cynthia Stead, Linda Dow, Eileen Ly- 
man, Virginia Emery. ROW 3: Patricia 
Lyons, Cheryl Ward, Alice Razumny, 
Sandra Bailey, Linda Dearstyne, Cath- 
erine Tarr, Janet Lumsden, Priscilla 
Fountain, Theresa Giansiracusa, Linda 
Clark, Sharon O'Connor. 



Future Teachers 
Club 



ROW 1: Elizabeth Whetmore, Lynda 
Carroll, Nancy Rial, Secretary — Nanq r 
Hansen, President — Gay Nickole, Vice 
Pres. — Joseph Amico, Kathleen Hanlon, 
Treasurer — Margaret Blanchard, Jacque- 
line Weller, Rose Cardosa. ROW 2: Cleo 
Harris, Maureen Steele, Linda Gould, 
Mary Bishop, Diane Seaboyer, Donald 
Martin, Judith Cremarosa, Cynthia 
Blatchford, Linda' Ross, Mary McKenzie, 
Annette Iengo. ROW 3: Sheila Con- 
nelly, Joan Schaffner, Johann Boudreau, 
Virginia Bellitti, Catherine Cunha, Leah 
Carmelia, Susan Kasabuski, Deborah 
Gowell, Maureen Small, Diane Day. 
(Margaret Crighton, Diane Novick, ab- 
sent.) 




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Spanish Club 

ROW 1: Carmen D'Amico, Rose Cordosa, 
Sec-Treasurer — Jeffrey Shaw, President 
— Rosemary Ward, Vice President — Leah 
Carmelia, Nancy Rial, William Brack- 
ett. ROW 2: Paula Anthony, David 
Leighton, Nancy Cash, David Smith, 
Mary Bishop, Ronald Tibbets, Dianne 
Day. ROW 7: Joanne Lopez, Gerald 
Nurenberg, Linda Ross, Joesph Gibbons, 
Nancy Hansen, John Malgeri, Andrea 
Boles. 



Washington Trip 




ROW 1: Norma Cappucci, Pamela Noel, Linda Milano, Dorothy Gillis, Helen Newhall, Susan Harrington, Marilyn 
Niles, Ellen Santosusso, Nancy Cash, Marjorie LaViska, Suzanne Valusuanas. ROW 2: Stephen Chrisos, Gail Scott, 
Karen McLaughlin, Judith Cremarosa, Grace Gracaffa, Alice Razumny, Susan Swett, Donna Macedo, Joanne Kerrigan, 
Lawrence Connors, Sandra Bailey, Diane Bentley, John Jones, Charlene Lang, Rosemary Cornetta. ROW 3: Roy Fred- 
erickson, Darrell Fritz, Linda Dearstyne, Maryjane Ulban, Charles Bjorkman, Paul Cooper, Alan Merritt, John 
Riley, Richard Mahakian, Martha Smith,, Geraldine Robleski, Sharyne Lowe, Thomas Buchiere. 




Career 
Conference 



ROW 1: Sherie Hood, Lorraine Hart, 
Susan Yale. ROW 2: James Boyle, Jeff- 
rey Shaw, Rheta Leighton, Alan Mer- 
ritt, Stephen Spinosa. 



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Mathematics 
League 



ROW 1: Gary Sund, Ernest Hynes, Margaret Crighton, 
James Gaines, Diane Doherty, Edward Lane, Jo-Anne 
Bamford, John LaFerla, Thomas Green. ROW 2: Jayne 
Hurlbert, John Dancewicz, Linda Pisello, Russell Men- 
ko, Judith Cremarosa, Treasurer, James Bartlett, Mar- 
jorie Townsend, Boyd Doty, President, Patricia Lyons. 
ROW 3: Richard Heidelbrecht, Janis Sardillo, John 
Riley, Mary Jean Klapes, Secretary, William Newman, 
Muriel Haley, James Tewksbury, Mary McKenzie, 
Albert Iapicca. 



Homemaking Club 

ROW 1: Theresa Giansiracusa, Janice Hussey, Sandra 
Sylvia, President, Sheila Connelly, Judy Haley, Priscilla 
Fountain, Florence Kelly. ROW 2: Geraldine Tilley, 
Penny Dallas, Flossie Angell, Francis LaVacca, Diane 
Haskell, Susan Pearson, Judith Ladd. ROW 3: Josephine 
Magaletta, Stephanie Noce, Janice Murray, Joan Ward, 
Barbara Shaw, Diane Martin, Linda Rooney, Linda 
Bossio, Ruth Boudreau, Catherine Canning, Ann Deve- 
aux, Catherine Dever, Diana Dunne, Rosemarie Fron- 
tiera, Kathy Hunter, Maryjane Kennedy, Eileen Lyman, 
Karleen Pheulpin. (Sandra Russell, Absent.) 





Debate Club 

ROW 1: James Gaines, Michael Yag- 
jian, Martin Saulenas. ROW 2: John 
LaFerla, Charlotte Vigneaux, Boyd Doty. 



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Art Club 



ROW 1: Jacqueline Weller, Jane Alexander, Diane 
Haskell, Janet Hussey, Gay Nickole. ROW 2: Marilyn 
Rial, William Newhall, Nancy Rial, Donald Martin, 
President, Barbara Cox, Vice President, Pamela Corin, 
Treasurer, Meredith Sim, Secretary, Richard Cucchiara, 
Diane Novick, Linda Mullen. ROW 3: Jane Martin, 
Deborah Cox, James Nicolo, Helaine Hurwitz, Jeffrey 
MacDougall, Norma Cappucci, Anthony Dominco, Di- 
ane Breen, Penelope Landry, Nancy Murray. ROW 4: 
Sara Bannon, Susan Leadbetter, Marilyn Niles, Joanne 
Penney, Lynda Dearstyne, Paula DiMinico, Cynthia 
Blatchford, Janis Murray, Deborah Hickman, Frances 
Drozdowicz. 





Globe Scholastic 

Art Contest 

Winners 



Susan Leadbetter, Donald Martin, Penelope Landry, 
Linda Mullen, (Barbara Cox, James Brierly) 



Russian Group 

ROW 1: Elizabeth Wetmore, Anthony Andaloro, 
Ellen Fladger. ROW 2: Thomas Green, John 
McKenna, Edward Lane, Boyd Doty, Michael Yag- 
jian. 




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World Affairs 




ROW I: Harold Smith, Nancy Hansen, Margaret Blanchard, Ellen Fladger, Eliza- 
beth Whetmore, Virginia Bellitti, Thomas Green. ROW 2: Thomas Ford, Martin 
Saulenas, Boyd Doty, James Bartlett, Harold Kingman, James Gaines, Michael 
Yagjian. 



Twirlers 




ROW 1: Theresa Giansiracusa, Diane MacNaught— captain, Laura Lunt. 
ROW 2: Louise Bucchiere, Eileen Correggio, Jean Stolos, Julie Carter, Sharon 
Samuels. 



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Basketball Cheerleaders 




Susan Harrington — captain, Cynthia Rhodes, Hazel Wiget, Charlotte Vigneaux, Susan 
Smith, Pamela Noel, Suzanne Valasuanas, Geraldine Tilley, Joanne Lopez, Jackie Burt, Gail 
Higgins, Jean McCarthy. 



Cheerleaders 




Susan Harrington — captain, Elaine Manoogian, Carol Geswell, Gail Higgins, 
Diane Stead, Susan Smith, Mary Bishop, Jackie Burt. 



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PAUL COOPER 

Defensive Halfback 
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GEORGE WILCOX 

Offensive Guard 

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Captain 

RONALD BARRESSI 

Offensive Fullback 

Defensive Linebacker 

GORDON SHEPARD 

Offensive Halfback 
Defensive Halfback 



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EDWARD DEPUTAT 

Offensive Center 
Defensive Tackle 






LAWRENCE CURRIE 
Offensive Tackle 
Defensive Center 

ROBERT PELUSI 

Defensive Tackle 





RICHARD MAGNAN 

Offensive End 

Defensive Safety 

DANIEL SHIPULSKI 

Offensive Halfback 

Defensive Halfback 





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RICHARD MacDONALd 

Offensive Tackle 
Defensive Tackle 

DENNIS KING 
Offensive Tackle 
Defensive Tackle 



DAVID ORIFICE 
Offensive Halfback 
Defensive Linebacker 

JAMES PATCH 
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DANIEL PREZIOSO 
Offensive Guard 
Defensive Guard 

RONALD TIBBETS 
Offensive Guard 
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Beverly 36 

Woburn 24 

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English 6 

Swampscott 18 

Winthrop 28 | 

Salem 6 

Peabody 13 



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ROW 1: R. Serina, D. Murphy, L. Connors, J. Patch— captain, T. Newhall, R. Graham, R. Heffernan. ROW 2: D. Shell, R. Bruno, W. 
Simmons, J. Tewksbury, K. Robertson, R. Magnan, J. Koschei, C. Serino, J. Sanborn. 




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HOCKEY SCORES 



Woburn 1 

Danvers 2 

Beverly 2 

Maiden Cath ..2 

St. John's 

Salem 

Classical 2 

St. Mary's 

English 

Gloucester 

Marblehead 3 

Swampscott 1 

Amesbury 1 

Peabody 



Saugus 2 

Saugus 4 

Saugus 3 

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Saugus 2 

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Cross Country 





ROW 1: Alexander Winn, Russell Smith, Barry Thomas, Steven Boudreau. ROW 2: Richard Cucchiara, Manager; 
Stephen Spinosa, Robert Falino, Robert Safer, John Ciambello, Peter Allen, Leon Lemure, William Acheson, Man- 
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Haverhill 47 

Salem 59 

Lawrence 67 

Lynn English 74 

Gloucester 45 

Beverly 50 

Peabody 91 

Classical 50 

Lowell 50 

Haverhill 59 

Salem 69 

Lawrence 88 

English 67 

Gloucester 59 

Beverly 73 

Peabody 55 

Classical 55 

Lowell 61 



Saugus 73 

Saugus 56 

Saugus 60 

Saugus 44 

Saugus 72 

Saugus 62 

Saugus 82 

Saugus 61 

Saugus 71 

Saugus .61 

Saugus 66 

Saugus 76 

Saugus 60 

Saugus 61 

Saugus 66 

Saugus 64 

Saugus 55 

Saugus 88 




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Junior Varsity 




ROW 1: Ralph Roberts, Thomas Dewing, Ted Brierly, Henry Paolini, Francis Mascianica. ROW 2: Edward Burke, Michael Winn, Jeffrey Wright, 
Douglas Woodward. 

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VARSITY ROW 1: Donna Surette, Cynthia Stead, Leslie MacPhee, Sandra Sylvia, Rose Cardozo. ROW 2: Lorraine 
Hart, Leah Carmilia, Linda Gould, Rheta Leighton, Linda Ballard. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY ROW 1: Marjorie Erb, Carmelia Montemagno, Sharon Silver, Diane Ballard. 
ROW 2: Paula Forbes, Barbara Rossi, Patricia Boudreau. ROW 3: Louise Bucchiere, Nancy Hanson. 




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ROW 1: Linda Ballard, Nancy Cash, Patricia Carter, Charlene Lang, Sandra Sylvia, Leslie MacPhee, 
Dianna Ballard. ROW 2: Mary Canfield, Linda Gould, Rheta Leighton, Julie Carter, Terri Brown. 



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ROW 1: Lorraine Hart, Nancy Hanson, Louise Buccheri, Carol Mills, Janice Cook. ROW 2: Cynthia 
Stead, Patricia Bruno, Joanne Bamford, Ruth Thompson, Diane Doherty, Jayne Hurlbert, Patricia Boudreau. 



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Best Wishes to the Class 
of 1965 

GOULD'S FLORISTS 

Broadway Turnpike 

Lynnfield 
Mass. 

Tel. LY 8-9521 


COMMUNITY 
FILLING STATIONS 

526 Lincoln Ave. 
CE 3-9705 Saugus, Mass. 


Ruth's 
HIGH FASHION 

338 Central Street — Saugus 
CE 3-9882 


Compliments 
of 

FONTAINE'S MARKET 

751 Boston Street 
Lynn, Mass. 


Compliments of 

IRON POT 


Compliments of 

ROGERS TREASURE CHEST 

455 Lincoln Avenue 
Cliftondale Square' 

cards, gifts, and stationery 


Compliments of . . . 

BERTHOLD LUMBER CO. 

392 Main Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 


Kenneth J. Barnes 
Paul R. Carlson 

THE PARK PRESS, INC. 
PRINTERS 

Fifteen Main Street, Saugus, Mass. 
TELEPHONE 233-0315 


Compliments of 

TED'S BARBER SHOP 

New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 


CHARLIE'S SHOE HOSPITAL 

Complete Shoe Repair Service 

"Old Shoes Made Like New" 

451 LINCOLN AVENUE CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 


SWEENEY FUEL 

Sales FUEL OIL Service 
56 Denver Street 

SAUGUS 
233-0550 


Styles by 
MR. JOSEPH 

MAM'SELLE'S 

449 Lincoln Ave. 233-9768 



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SOUTHEASTERN NEW ENGLAND DIVISION 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY attleboro, Massachusetts 

• Thomas Galvin 

• • William Rowan 

• • • Farnum Devoe 

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CLASS RINGS AND PINS • CLUB INSIGNIA • MEDALS 

TROPHIES • PLAQUES • DIPLOMAS • INVITATIONS • TAYLOR YEARBOOKS 



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Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1 965 



THE 
CHAMPION LAMP WORKS 

330 LYNNWAY, LYNN, MASS. 
A Good Place to Work 

SINCE 1900 



FULLERTON 

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Compliments of 

CLIFTONDALE 

WOODWORKING 

COMPANY 

(Incorporated) 



TEL. CE 3-0020 
Saugus, Massachusetts 



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Everett Office 
389-1234 



Saugus Office 
322-3426 



FIORE BUS SERVICE, INC. 

Specializing in the 
Transportation of School Children 



RUDOLPH FIORE 
Traffic Manager 



THOMAS TAYLOR 
Dispatcher 






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Compliments of 

CASTLE ROCK SPRINGS 

509 Main Street 
Saugus, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

PREBLE TEXACO 

230 Broadway 

Saugus 
Mass. 



RICCO'S 

of the plaza 
Route I and 129 

Saugus Plaza, Mass. 

Hair Stylists CEnter 3-9866 



Future Success to 

Class of 1965 

From 

SAL'S MARKET 

361 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus 




Jolly Jorqes 





JOLLY JORGE'S 

Drive Inn Restaurant 
Route I , Saugus 



CLIFTONDALE 
Paint & Wallpaper Co. 



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Sales — Service — Parts 

CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 

519 Lincoln Avenue 
SAUGUS, MASS. 

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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1965 

WARREN E. MANTER CO. INC. 

SHOVEL— BACKHOE— BULLDOZER 

DUMP TRUCK SERVICE 

BLASTING 

130 Walnut Street Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-3532 


Best Wishes 

KANE'S DONUTS 

120 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 


Compliments of 

NICKOLE SALES AND SERVICE 

371 Broadway 
Saugus, Mass. 


PERCY A. OWENS 

Frigidaire Home Appliances 
Electric Wiring 

542 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 
CEnter 3-0070 


1. E. SPINNEY 

Hardwood Floor 
sanded and refinished 

Melrose, Mass. 
662-9860 


A-l STEAK PIT 

SIRLOIN 
STEAK 149 

DINNER ■ 

Children 99c 

236 Broadway 

Route 1, Saugus 

Mass. 


Compliments of 

FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP 

Saugus Plaza 
— Saugus — 






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"LARGE OAKS FROM 
LITTLE ACORNS GROW" 

Why not start a Savings Account 

and see what can be accomplished 

with it? 

SAUGUS BANK 

AND 

TRUST COMPANY 

MAIN OFFICE 
466 Lincoln Avenue 

CENTER OFFICE 
13 Main Street 

BROADWAY OFFICE 
N. E. Shopping Center 

Member Federal Deposit 
Insurance Corporation 


LET RINGER'S AUTO SCHOOL 

put you in the driver's 

seat of a 1965 Mustang 

Under 25 saves on insurance 

120 Central Avenue 
Lynn, Mass. LYnn 5-8600 


BRUHM'S SERVICE STATION 

Expert Auto Repairing 
Bear Front End Alignment 

99 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 233-2223 


Best Wishes 

HUNG'S FOOD PRODUCTS, INC. 

Quality Chinese Foods 

55 Union Street 
Brighton, Mass. 


Compliments of 
the 

Y.M.C.A. 

486 Central Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 


GEORGE'S BARBER SHOP 

59 JACKSON STREET 


PARSONS 

Heating Oils 

Jet-Heet Jet-Cool 

Lynn Power Burners 

Sales and Service 

129 Essex Street 233-1300 


Compliments of 

CENTRAL VARIETY 

Central St. 
Saugus, Mass. 


W. ERNEST LIGHT 
Printer 

5 Columbus Avenue 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 

Tel. 233-0592 


Compliments of 

CAMEO BEAUTY LOUNGE 

55 Jackson St. 
SAUGUS, MASS. CE 3-1957 


Tel. 233-1125 

PETER L. GRADY 
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER 

57 Jackson Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



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HOWARD JOHNSON'S DRIVE-IN 




Broadway — Route I — Saugus 
FEATURING TELETRAY SERVICE 



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233-6590 233-2580 

STYLE - TONE 
UPHOLSTERING CO. 

Custom Slip Covers — Draperies 
Antiques 

375 Central Street Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

TUMBLE INN 



Compliments of 

PETER'S GULF STATION 

Corner of lla Rd. and Broadway 
SAUGUS, MASS. 

PETER G. MARVIN, JR. 233-7937 



Best Wishes to 1965 Graduates 

CONTINENTAL 
RESTAURANT 

LOBSTER— STEAK— CHICKEN 



Route I Saugus 

For Reservations Tel.: 233-2587 



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BUTLER'S 
DRUG STORE 




I Essex Street 
CEnter 3-0410 

Where Pharmacy 

Is 

a Profession 



CHARACTER LEADERSHIP 




SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP 



Best Wishes 

to the Graduates of 

Saugus High 

1965 



EASTERN 
TOOL & STAMPING CO., INC. 

Pressed Metal Engineers 






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NU-LIFE CLEANERS 

"One Day Service" 
350 Central Street 
Saugus, Mass. 
233-2800 '64 -'65 



Qp^fcleaning 




Compliments of 

BARNETT FABRIC STORES, INC. 

Saugus' Complete Sewing Center 



654 Broadway 
ROUTE I 



233-5516 



233-2889 233-2431 

HERBERT W. SPENCE 

"The Friendly Office" 
Real Estate — Insurance 
324 Central St. Saugus 



Compliments of 

SULLIVAN'S PHARMACY 



326 Central Street 
SAUGUS, MASS. 



JERRY'S BEAUTY SHOP 

CEnter 3-0199 



NELSON'S 
FLOWERS 

199 Essex Street 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

CEnter 3-2307 



EDMONDS BAKERY 

461 Lincoln Avenue 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

233-2334 



PRINCE OF PIZZA 




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Prince Drive-ln 
Restaurants 

ROUTE I, SAUGUS 



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Compliments 
of 
the 

DRAMATIC 
CLUB 

and 
NATIONAL 
THESPIANS 

Troop 1212 



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Nos plus vives felicitations 

Le Cercle Francais 






BOWMAR VARIETY 

Groceries and Sundries 

419 Central St., Saugus 
233-9713 

Open Until 9 P.M. 
Every Night of the Year 



WATCHES CHARMS DIAMONDS 

"Stern's Service 
Satisfies" 

ARTHUR STERN 

Jeweler 

Corner Union and Buffum Sts. 
Lynn, Mass. 

LYnn 3-0437 

SILVERWEAR CHINA 



VALLE'S STEAK HOUSE 
ROUTE 1 SAUGUS 

The Finest Food At 
Unequalled Low Prices 

FAMOUS FOR 



STEAK 
ROAST BEEF 



LOBSTER 
SEA FOODS 



FIVE BEAUTIFUL 
BANQUET ROOMS 

SEATING IS TO 700 PEOPLE 
PHONE SAUGUS 233-7100 



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Compliments of 

HECK ALLEN'S 



22 Lincoln Ave. 
Saugus, Mass. 



KOWLOON RESTAURANT 

Delicious Chinese Food 

514 Broadway Route I Saugus 



Compliments of 

WALKEY'S MARKET 



Compliments of 

CUFTONDALE GARAGE 



THE 
GIRL'S CLUB 



EVERETT C. HUDSON 

Real Estate and Insurance 
Broker 

31 Winter Street Saugus, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

HYGENIC LAUNDRY 



Saugus 



Mass. 



Compliments of 

R. J. LIFFIN 
ASSOCIATES 

Realtor 

27 Essex St. 
Saugus 233-2550 



MALDEN 

BUSINESS 

SCHOOL 





"The Business School Near Home' 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

ACCOUNTING 



Individual Progress 

Free Placement Service 

Day — Evening — Summer 

6 PLEASANT STREET, MALDEN 

Do'wling Building 

DA 2-8200 



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Best Wishes and Congratulations to the 
Graduating Class of 1965 



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BAND OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW: Gail Piper, Diane MacNaught, Sandra Sylvia 
SECOND ROW: Richard O'Neil, Roby Prentiss, Lawrence 
Sullivan 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT 



GLEE CLUB OFFICERS 
FIRST ROW: Helen Newhall, John LaVerla, Joanne Moore 
SECOND ROW: Linda Clark, Marie Spencer, Charles Wid- 
den, Thomas Green 

SAUGUS PUBLIC SCHOOLS 




Compliments of 



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BEEFBERGER DRIVE-IN 

507 Broadway 



Saugus, Mass. 



REVERE KNITTING MILLS 
FACTORY STORE, INC. 

"S" Sweater Headquarters 

108 Ferry Street 
Maiden 48, Mass. 

DA 4-1670 



Best Wishes 

to the Graduates of 

1965 

MARTIN'S 
CANDY OUTLET 

Bulk Candy of All Kinds 



45 Jackson Street 
Saugus, Mass. 



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SAHICO CLUB OFFICERS 




Charlane Lang, President; Cynthia Pariseau, Treasurer; Jean- 
ette Walling, Vice President, Joanne Kerrigan, Secretary. 



OBTAINED MOST ADS 




Charlene Lang, Jeanette Walling, Cynthia Pariseau 



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Compliments of 

GIBBS OIL 
COMPANY 



A. COGLIANO 
FOOD MART 

Groceries and 
Provisions 

Wholesale and Retail 
Meat is Our Specialty 

304 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. 233-9715 



PLAZA 






ACOGIMM 

fOOB HAKTA 



llrEMAST f 

JSIRUON ROAST 
IHIOOIE RIB 
CORN BEEF 



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"Sooner or later your favorite 
jewelers" 

ZENON JEWELERS 

New England Shopping Center 
Saugus, Massachusetts 

Tel. 233-4304 

Keepsake Longines — Bulova Watches 
Diamonds and Jewelry 




Compliments of 
the 

USHERETTES CLUB 



JOHN BOYD COMPANY 

162 Boston Street 
Lynn, Mass. 




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HOFFMAN'S 

WEARING APPAREL 
AND FOOTWEAR 

Cliftondale Square 



BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1965 

MALDEN GRINDING 
& 

WELDING CO., INC. 




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Best Wishes 
Class of 1965 

RADIO SHACK CORP. 

N. E. Shopping Center 
Saugus, Mass. 



Compliments of 

SHERMAN'S MARKET 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1965 

BROADWAY ESSO 

602 Broadway Saugus 



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Senior Class Officers 

and 

Board of Directors 




Alan Merritt, James Patch, Suzanne Valasunas, Jeffrey Sanborn, Treasurer; Robert Hart, President; Ellen Santosusso, Secre- 
tary; Gordon Shepard, Vice-President; Peter Allen, Paul Cooper. 

Miss Elizabeth A. Arribea Mr. Harold C. Musgrave 
Class Advisors 



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TOM'S 
SERVICENTER, INC. 




Flying "A" Products 

Evinrude Outboard Motors 

Thompson Boats 

693 Broadway, Saugus 
at Gibbs Oil Company 



Compliments of 

R. L. SWEEZEY & SON 

Shade Screens — Venetian Blinds 
Doors, Windows 

59 APPLETON STREET 



Compliments of 

SULLIVAN'S PHARMACY 

326 Central Street Saugus 

Tel. 233-1102 



Compliments 

of a 

FRIEND 




'Developing Future Leaders in 
Marketing and Distribution" 



FRANCIS DUMAS 
President 



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MISS MAUREEN KENNEDY 
Advisor 




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GIRL'S CLUB 
OFFICERS AT 
THEIR FORMAL 
Susan Leadbetter, Jane Mc- 
Clintoclc, Leslie MacPhee, 
Lindsey Smith, Hazel Wiget. 
Their Escorts: Richard Mal- 
ley, Jeffrey MacDougall, Rob- 
ert Hart, Robert Barlett, Wil- 
liam Simmons. 




FUTURE NURSES CLUB OFFICERS 
ROW 1: Gail Piper, Maryanne Speciale. ROW 2: Katherine Morong, 
Rheta Leighton, Patricia' Simonson. 



DONNA STANTON CHARLENE LANG 
Business Education Students representing Saugus High School at John 
Hancock's Second Annual Honor Day. 





COLOR DAY AWARD 
Mr. Sheridan presents Color Day Trophy 
to Susan Harrington representing the 
Senior Class. 











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Mr. Howard A. Acheson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Adrian 

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Allen 

Arnica Tontoquonensium 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amico 

A very good friend 

Mrs. John Bates 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Bentley Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Berrett 

Mr. Walter Brodis 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bruno 

Mr. John Burns 

Mr. and Mrs. John Burns 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Canfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Cann 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garter 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Castle Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Cerino 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Y. Chang 

Paul and Debbie Cincotta 

Mrs. Garnet C. Cox 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Cucchiara 

Mr. James Davidson 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas F. Day 

Mr. DeAngelo 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Eichel 

Mrs. Ralph W. George 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Gould 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gowell 

Mr. and Mrs. Griffin 

Mr. Howard Gurney 

Mr. and Mrs. John Harrington 

Linda Heath, '64 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter 

Mr. Paul Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kanarkiewicz 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Kelly 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy 

Mr. Joseph Markowski 



SPONSORS 




Mr 


•. and Mrs. Sal J. Laferla 


Mr 


and Mrs. Charles Lang 


Mr 


and Mrs. Norbert LaVoie 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Gene Leighton 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Lawrence Lemos 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Richard Loiselle 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Robert Long 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Chester Lumsden 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Joseph Malgeri 


Mr 


5. F. C. Mathews 


Mr 


. Charles McKenna 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Richard Minasien 


Mr 


. and Mrs. William Neeb 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Nicholas Nickole 


Mi! 


»s Helen Novak 


Mr 


. George Ossing 


Mr 


s. R. E. Penney 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Joseph Pheulpin 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Anthony Pignato 


Mr 


and Mrs. Bruce Piatt 


Mr 


. William J. Regan 


Mr 


s. Ruth E. Rial 


Mr 


and Mrs. Dexter Rich 


Mr 


and Mrs. Ralph Santosuosso 


Mr. 


;. Doris Scanzillo 


Mr 


A. Simonsen 


Mr. 


and Mrs. John Smallman 


Mr 


Sydney Smith 


Mr 


and Mrs. Willard Stephens 


Mr. 


and Mrs. John Surette 


Mr. 


and Mrs. Fred Sylvia 


Mr. 


and Mrs. George L. Thompson Jr 


Mr. 


and Mrs. Clayton Trefry 


Mr 


and Mrs. John Valasunas 


Mr 


. and Mrs. Russell Wagenfeld 


L. 


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Mr 


. and Mrs. Elmer Watson 


Mr: 


». Constance Willis 


Mr. 


and Mrs. James G. Woodward 


Mr. 


and Mrs. Charles Yale 


Mr. 


and Mrs. Andrew Zermani 



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We, the editors of the 1965 Tontoquonian, want to express our grati- 
tude to the many people who have assisted us this year: our staff, Mr. 
Bill Rowan of Balfour Company, Mr. Guy Quartarone and Mr. Peter 
Aiello, the photographers from Lincoln Studios, and the members of 
the faculty and student body. Most of all, we thank Miss Helen F. 
Towle and Miss Hazel C. Marison for their advice, kindness, under- 
standing, and patience. This book holds for us the memory of a wonder- 
ful experience, an experience that all these people made possible, and 
for this reason we sincerely say "thank you." 









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